London based photographer Tony Sellen came second, with two weekly winning shots
Newhaven, East Sussex
St Mary's Lighthouse, Whitley Bay, UK
Dani Colston's dog, Chomsky took centre-stage in this winning shot
Roe deer in Richmond Park, London
Tom Lowe's dog- and seaside-inspired photos bagged him third place at the awards
East Anglian photographer, Lee Acaster, also won British Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2014
This super close-up shot of a spider helped win Neil Burnell first prize
Twisted branch on the beach in south Devon, UK
Sunrise and roe deer in Richmond Park, London
Rabbit in the early morning, Tyneside, UK
Shoalstone lido, Devon
Llynnau Mymbyr, Capel Curig, Wales
Lambs Conduit Street, London
The Shell, Thornton-Cleveleys, Lancashire
Bushy Park, Teddington, London
Horsham St Faith, Norfolk
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What happens when you let thousands of British photographers loose all over the world and let them share their best snaps on Twitter? Er, the Wex Photographer of the Year competition, that's what.
After 52 weeks of epic action shots, gorgeous landscapes and cool weekly winners, this year's top pics have been revealed. From dogs reflected in drops of dew to misty sunrises, click through the gallery above to see the pick of the lot.
For more information, and to get involved in 2017, head to wexphotographic.com or use #WexMondays on Twitter – you could win up to £1,500 to spend on photography gear.