The winners of the fifth International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition have been announced. From photos of majestic mountains to captures of dense woodlands, there were a total of 3,000 entries from photographers across the globe. The “Photographer of the Year” winner was Adam Gibbs from Canada for his striking photos of woodland scenes across Vancouver. On the other hand, the “Photograph of the Year” title went to American photographer Paul Marcellini for his sinister image of tree trunks reflecting a pool of water.
View the winning photos above and then head over to the official contest website to learn more. For more stunning art, check out these monolithic installations across California’s Coachella Valley for Desert X.
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