Take A View Landscape Photographer Of The Year 2011

Cumbernauld-based photographer, Robert Fulton, becomes the fifth person to win the Landscape Photographer Of Year competition.

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Robert Fulton – Winter Field, Stirlingshire, Scotland
Robert Fulton – Winter Field, Stirlingshire, Scotland

Robert Fulton's picture was chosen, by the judges, from the thousands of entries that showcased the richly diverse landscape of the UK. From rolling downs, mist-filled woods and traditional fishing villages to Victorian viaducts and modern business districts, the winning photographs in the Take a view - Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards highlight the interaction between people and places that is so important for us all.

The 2011 Awards are being held in association with Network Rail for the second year and their Special Award has proved a very popular part of the competition. The Network Rail ‘Lines in the Landscape’ Award is for the picture that best shows the interaction of today’s rail network with the surrounding landscape and was won this year by Shahbaz Majeed, for his stunning image of a train speeding over
the Tay Bridge in Dundee.

The strong composition and subtle colours of Oscar Stewart-Packe’s image of an old armchair in a derelict house in London won him the title of Young Photographer of the Year.

Congratulations also go to the winners of this year’s new Awards. The Calumet ‘This is Britain’ Award has been won by Simon Atkinson for his beautiful ‘Staithes at night’ and Michael Diblicek’s graphic black & white image of Folkestone was The Sunday Times Magazine’s Choice.

2011 Results (with image location):

  • Overall winner – Robert Fulton – Stirlingshire, Scotland
  • Winner – Classic view – Tim Harvey – Guernsey, Channel Islands
  • Runner-up – Classic view – Angus Clyne – River Tay, Scotland
  • Winner – Living the view – Baxter Bradford – Hampshire, England
  • Runner-up – Living the view – Mark Bradshaw – Diner on A69, England
  • Winner – Urban view – Howard Kingsnorth – London
  • Runner-up – Urban view – Tim Morland – London
  • Winner – Your view – Peter Clark – Cheshire
  • Runner-up – Your view – Dietmar Herzog – Scottish Highlands
  • Network Rail ‘Lines in the Landscape’ Award – Shahbaz Majeed – Dundee, Scotland
  • The Calumet ‘This is Britain’ Award – Simon Atkinson – N Yorks Coast, England
  • The Sunday Times Magazine’s Choice – Michael Diblicek – Kent, England

Youth class (16 and under)

  • Overall winner – Oscar Stewart-Packe – London
  • Winner – Classic view – William Lee – Lincolnshire
  • Winner – Living the view – Jessica Nineham – Hampshire
  • Winner – Urban view – Matt Woods – Hampshire
  • Winner – Your view – William Lee – Lincolnshire
For more information please visit the Take A View website.
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Bludnok 18 33 England
25 Oct 2011 9:19AM
Oh beautiful!!!!!Grin
Elsabe 10 Namibia
25 Oct 2011 10:11AM
This is absolutely stunning. Well done!

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