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Friday Flickr favourites - landscape special

Jeremy Torrance web producer Jeremy Torrance web producer | 12:15 UK time, Friday, 20 August 2010

Editor's note: While Jeremy's away researcher Ella Davies takes a look through your spectacular landscape photos.

This week we've been highlighting our changing landscape from the future of national parks to managing rare habitats.

We've been discussing favourite views with the Nature UK Summerwatch flickr group too and have picked out some of your best photos for a celebration of the UK's striking scenery.

First up is Paul King's beautiful shot featuring the red deer of Leighton Moss, Lancashire.

Red deer at Leighton Moss © Paul King

Red deer at Leighton moss © Paul King

Black cat photos used some clever HDR processing to pick out the moody skies in this iconic English countryside scene.

English countryside © Black cat photos

English countryside © Black cat photos

Chris Coulthard kept things simple with this breathtaking image of arguably England's most recognisable lake: Wastwater in Cumbria.

Wastwater © Chris Coulthard

Wastwater © Chris Coulthard

We love the way Jilly W captured the UK's quintessential green patchwork in this photo taken from the Cleveland Way in North Yorkshire.

Green fields © Jilly W

Green fields © Jilly W

The sun-kissed yellow fields surrounding Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset in Dom Greves' image make us all yearn for a few more months of summer.

Kimmeridge bay © Dom Greves

Kimmeridge bay © Dom Greves

While Alan Gregg's portrait perspective of a mushroom growing on the Gower, South Wales, hints at the fantastic autumn scenes to come.

Mewslade mushroom © Alan Gregg

Mewslade mushroom © Alan Gregg

Thank you to everyone that's submitted their photos to the group, it's a real treat to share your artistry so do keep your summer shots coming in.

Which is your favourite from this week's picks? Have you enjoyed photographing the UK's landscape this summer? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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