Jon Brook – 'Heather Burning', Lancashire, Yorkshire Border, England
John Parminter – 'Divided Glens', Buachaille Etive, Rannoch Moor, Scotland
Chris Prescott – 'Danny MacAskill on the Inaccessible Pinnacle', Isle of Skye, Scotland
Sebastian Kraus – 'Sgurr an Fhidleir', Northwest of Ullapool, Scotland
Wojciech Kruczynski – 'Callanish Shadows' Isle of Lewis, Scotland
Verena Popp-Hackner – 'Boulders in Surf at Rackwick Bay', Orkney Islands, Scotland
Alex Nail – 'Pen y Fan', Brecon Beacons, Wales
Mirek Galagus -– 'Mind the Tractor', Ashridge Estate, Hertfordshire, England
Matthew Cattell – 'Starling Vortex', Brighton, East Sussex, England
Richard Johnson – Am Monadh Dubh, West Highlands, Scotland
You might be surprised to learn that you don't have to go far to find some of the most beautiful landscapes out there – it turns out that heaps exist right on our doorstep. And what better to find out about them than with the help of some incredibly talented photographers?
Get inspired with these shots from Landscape Photographer of the Year: 10 Year Special Edition, which brings together the winners from the past decade of the prestigious awards. There's everything from cityscapes to improbable action shots on vertigo-inducing peaks, in a collection of images that'll have you hankering to get out and explore our home turf.
All images extracted from Landscape Photographer of the Year: 10 Year Special Edition (AA Publishing, £35).