The day had finally arrived for all the Landscape Photographer of the Year award winners to gather at Waterloo Station for this year's presentation. Matthew Cattell, a Berkshire-based photographer, took the top spot with an ethereal view of Brighton’s West Pier. He wins the title and £10,000 after his shot was chosen by the judges from thousands of entries celebrating the varied landscapes of the UK.
I also got to meet a few more 'Twitter Togs' who I have got to have known over the past few years on social media, one such being Damian Ward who won the Adobe prize this year for his Caister-on-Sea image taken in Norfolk, see his fantastic image here http://damianwardphotography.co.uk/lpoty/p1480333_web-2/
The highlight of the evening! I also got to meet Julia Bradbury from Countryfile who presented some of the awards.
The exhibition will be displayed at Waterloo Station until Sunday 5th February where my image 'Intersection' can be be viewed at the mezzanine deck along with some of the other winning images.