The most amazing landscapes in Britain
These 15 moody shots showcase the best of the British Landscape Photography Awards 2016
'Shelter from the Storm', Loch Stack, Sutherland, Scotland – winner in Classic View category
'The Guardian of the Island', Beachy Head, East Sussex – highly commended in Classic View category
'Wooden Lighthouse', Burnham on Sea, Somerset
'Callanish Shadows', Isle of Lewis, Scotland
'Storm Rider', Portobello, Scotland
'Lights of Glencoe', Highland, Scotland
'Caister-on-Sea', Norfolk – winner of the Adobe prize
'Binnien Beag through Steall', Scottish Highlands – highly commeded in Classic View category
'Big Waves', Seaham Harbour, Durham
'In the Dunes', Southwold, Suffolk
'St Monan's Breakwater', Fife, Scotland
'Maelstrom', Newhaven, East Sussex – winner of The Sunday Times Magazine choice prize
'Mist Rising on Clumber Lake', Nottinghamshire
'Clean Lines', Porth Neigwl, Abersoch, Wales
'Stob Dearg', Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe, Scotland – runner-up in Class View category
What do you get when you unleash some of the world's best photographers on the coolest countryside in the British Isles? This year's edition of British Landscape Photographer of the Year, that's what.
We've selected some of our favourite shots from around the UK in the gallery above.
From the sea stacks of Scotland to the white cliffs of Beachy Head, these epic snaps will have you admiring winter weather instead of moaning about it. Makes a change.
British Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 10 is available to buy now for £25. For more information visit take-a-view.co.uk