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Landscape Photographer Of The Year winners 2013

Take a look at these amazing pics from around the UK. They're all winners of the Take a View - Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards.
Stormy seas! This ferry was leaving Newhaven harbour in East Sussex during a storm when David Lyon caught it on camera. It got him first prize in the Your View category.
Photograph of a ferry leaving Newhaven harbour in a storm by David Lyon
These amazing pics are winners of the Take a View - Landscape Photographer of the Year Awards. This snap - Mist and Reflections - was taken in Cumbria by Tony Bennett and was the overall winner. He scooped £10,000 as the prize!
Mist and Reflections by Tony Bennett
There were individual category winners too. Nigel McCall caught this striking scene of starlings flying over Carmarthen in Wales and won the Urban View category.
Starlings over Carmarthen by Nigel McCall
This icy snap is of Rannoch Moor in Scotland taken by David Breen - it won the Classic View prize.
Ghost of Rannoch Moor by David Breen
Here's a steam train chugging away on the Forth Bridge in Fife, Scotland, and it won photographer David Cation the Lines in the Landscape Award for the best pic of the UK's rail network.
Caught in a Web of Iron by David Cation
Here's Mystical Morning by Bob McCallion, winner of the Living the View category. All the winning pics will be on display to the public at the National Theatre in London from 7 December.
Mystical Morning by Bob McCallion winner of the Living the View category
Under 17s also took part in the comp and Autumn Colour by Christopher Page won the prize for Young Landscape Photographer of the Year.
Autumn Colour by Christopher Page