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Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 Winners' Evening

The day had finally arrived for all the Landscape Photographer of the Year award winners to gather at Waterloo Station for this year's presentation. Benjamin Graham, a West Sussex-based photographer and all round nice chap, took the top spot with his superbly subtle 'Diminutive Dune' shot taken at West Wittering in West Sussex. He wins the title 'Landscape Photographer of the Year' and £10,000 after his shot was chosen by the judges from 18,000 or so entries celebrating the varied landscapes of the UK. Benjamin's and all the other winners image scan be seen at the link below.

This is me with my Highly Commended 'Cast' image!

The exhibition will be displayed at Waterloo Station until the 4th February where my images 'Cast' and 'Encompassed' can be be viewed at the mezzanine deck along with some of the other winning images.

All of the winning images are displayed on digital boards throughout Waterloo Station

All four of my successful images were taken with a drone.

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