For the seventh year, the annual Landscape Photographer Of The Year competition is now open for entries. See the gallery above for winners from previous years.
The photographs can depict a wide variety of landscapes, whether it be action and adventure, urban photos, or summer. Last year's winner was South Lanarkshire-based Simon Butterworth, who took the top spot with a gritty image of Scottish tenement buildings in Port Glasgow.
This summer, exhibitions featuring photographs from the Landscape Photographer Of The Year award will be held in the county’s biggest and busiest railway stations, and landscape photographer and awards founder Charlie Waite will be on hand to give photography advice.
Get your entry in before 4 July to be in with a chance to win £10,000. Good luck!
For more information on the competition and the awards, see take-a-view.co.uk