England at its best is rather lovely. It needs an artistic eye to use a camera well. Any midrange camera can produce first class results. It is the user that makes them. Here are some examples. There are more good ones north of the border in Scottish Scenes or Scottish Scenes II.
Cockermouth In Westmoreland
Trevorne Bay In Cornwall
Scottish scenery can be nice when it stops raining, when the midges stop biting, when it warms up....
Rather good, aren't they? They come from the Daily Mail A lot of them are from foreign parts such as Scotland.
Mystical: The isolated Rodel Saltmarsh on the Isle of Harris, in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, is one of the images shortlisted for the exhibition. Would you actually want to be there in the cold, the wet?
Swan lake: Early morning mist hovering over the water lends a mysterious feel to this scene in London's Richmond Park. This means getting up early but at least it is in civilization.
The splendour of the changing seasons is shown in all its glory in Tarn Hows, Cumbria
Up close: Toadstools take shelter under larger specimens in this image taken in Cumbria using macro photographic technology.
Getting to the bottom of it: This captivating image of beech tree roots in Avebury, Wiltshire, show the complexity of the woodland base.
Crumbling creativity: These leaves bring a splash of colour to an autumnal Acer in Gloucestershire.
Lonely planet: Frost-dusted trees stand alone in a wintry field in Stirlingshire, Scotland.
Angelic: An image of spectators taking pictures of the Angel of the North is given an atmospheric feel in this black and white image. Gimmicks are part of the art industry. They get away with them too. The art racketeers don't like them being called Degenerate Art. The truth has its uses.
In the picture of Rocquaine Bay in Guernsey, the Channel Islands, it is difficult to delineate the foaming seas and wintry sky.
Wind in the sails: A lone boat near Hurst Castle in Hampshire appears to have got away from the rest of the competitors in the Round the Island Race.
Rolling landscape: In this image, taken in Tweedale in Scotland, the bright lime green of the fields is in stark contrast to the line of billowing cloud and the dark sky above.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2071224/Landscape-Photographer-Year-The-dramatic-beauty-Britain-youve-seen-before.html#ixzz1g1pXUWvO
English Winter scenes
Standing in the heavens: As fog descends into the Ullswater valley, in the Lake District yesterday, the scene is reminiscent of a frozen glacier, surrounded by snow-capped fells and mountains
Ruffling feathers: These duck brave the icy weather to take a dip in Derwentwater, near Keswick in the Lake District in a beautiful winter scene
Misty mountains: Low-lying trees and farm buildings in Cumbria's Eden Valley are blanketed by an early evening fog, creating a breathtaking spectacle
The mist descends: Fog blankets the Ullswater valley in the Lake District
Whiteout: A fresh blanket of snow covers the land surrounding this farm in Northumberland creating a brilliant, bright white wintry landscape
Mist-ical: Foggy conditions give the Thames a magical feel as rowers take to the water in Henley in Oxfordshire to train
Treacherous: A car on the A689 near Kilhope County Durham, left, negotiates the freezing conditions
In the park: Red stags in the snow at The Deer Park at Studley Royal Park near Ripon, North Yorkshire as freezing temperatures continued today
Quick march, lads! It's cold out here: Members of the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery prepare to fire a 41 gun salute in Hyde Park to mark the 60th anniversary of the accession of Queen Elizabeth today
Grey start: Cold early morning mist swirls around the Somerset countryside near Glastonbury Tor
White skies: A mob [ herd you twerp - Editor ] of deer stand in a snow covered field at Hornby Castle, on the edge of Wensleydale between Bedale and Leyburn,
I wish it was a bit otter: This pair frolicked over and under the ice at their home at the British Wildlife Centre in Lingfield, in Surrey
Eye to eye: Deer [ fallow bucks ] wrestle at a snow-bound Bushy Park in Hampton Court, West London - perhaps just trying to keep warm - the rut is over now
The sun rises over a frost-covered scene in in Earith, Cambridgeshire
A couple walk their dogs in Sutton, Lincolnshire
A man puts on his ice-skates as he prepares to skate on a frozen fen in Sutton
The sun rises over a frost-covered scene in Earith
An ice-skater on a frozen fen in Sutton
Enthusiasts skate on a frozen fen in Sutton
A man falls over while playing a game of ice hockey on a frozen fen in Sutton
A spider's web is covered in frost in sub-zero temperatures in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
A pair of swans fly out over a frozen fen in Sutton
People skate on a frozen fen in Sutton
httpLondon Olympics 2012 Images of the Houses of Parliament bathed in morning sun _ Daily Mail Online.html
The Olympic city... at dawn: Golden
images of the Houses of Parliament and London 's other great
landmarks bathed in morning sun
By Tom Goodenough
PUBLISHED: 18:01 GMT, 13 June 2012 | UPDATED: 20:09 GMT, 13 June 2012
And the startling photographs also show off the huge scale of the city - offering a unique panorama of London from suburb to centre.
The incredible photos of London taken from a helicopter show that the newest addition to the skyline, The Shard at London Bridge , dominates the foreground
The early morning sunshine reflects beautifully off the Houses of Parliament
The pond-like surface of the River Thames shows barely a ripple of life in the extraordinary photographs
The Aerial View of the London skyline shows that the tallest building in the European Union, The Shard, dominates the landscape of the city. In the background, the BT tower and Wembley Stadium can also be made out
The stunning birds-eye shots also capture the Docklands at dawn, but even out in the east of London The Shard is still clearly visible
This beautiful aerial view of The Thames Barrier at dawn was part of a series of photographs taken from a helicopter. The shots show off the stunning breadth of landscapes within the city which are often left unappreciated on the ground
In a contrast to the bank holiday weekend that saw thousands cram into The Mall, the streets around Buckingham Palace were all but deserted this morning
As well as capturing the new addition to London's skyline in The Shard, the helicopter hovering above London this morning also photographed the Royal Albert Hall and Memorial
The helicopter also captured stunning aerial views of a new focal point of the London skyline, the Olympic Stadium
The photographs show the preparations that are underway in haste for the Olympic opening ceremony happening next month
Winter 2013 Looms - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2516420/UK-weather-Arctic-gusts-week-make-country-feel-like-9C.html
Sheep near Tetbury in Gloucestershire.
On ice at Somerset House.
English Spring 2014
English Scenes November 2014
The Thames at Richmond
This striking photo shows the evening sky streaked with orange and yellow as the sun sets over the Thames in Richmond
This stunning photograph was taken at Quantock Hills in Somerset this evening as the sun prepared to set over the countryside
A horse poses for a picture as the setting sun fills the sky with colour above the frosty fields near Quantock Hills in Somerset today
This breathtaking shows the sun setting over Richmond-Upon-Thames. Forecasters have warned there may be overnight frost in areas
Glinting puddles are all that remain after yesterday's heavy downpours as the sun sets over Richmond on Monday evening
Plummeting overnight temperatures caused a bitterly cold start to the week. Pictured, sunrise at Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland
Sunrise over Hawes, Wensleydale, pictured above
Fog blankets Exmoor in this eerie picture taken by sales manager Bob Small, 45, from Stogursey, Somerset today
The Mendip Hills in Somerset are coated in a haze of mist in this stunning photograph of the English countryside
The arrival of dawn brings this Autumnal scene to life with a view of Dorset's Corfe Castle, built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century
Stunning: A flock of sheep graze during sunrise on a very chilly morning alongside the ruins at Ditcheat Hill, Somerset today
Dedicated rowers work out along the river Cam in Cambridge this morning as the sun appears on the horizon
A pair of sheep graze in frosty fields during a very chilly morning at Ditcheat Hill, Somerset today
Thousands of starlings fill the air in front of a bright red sunset on the Somerset Levels yesterday evening
Autumn 2015 has arrived for England - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3246191/Golden-leaves-rutting-stags-locked-battle-bumper-harvest-apples-thanks-washout-summer-day-autumn.html
Durham, the steeple is missing
A menil fallow buck
Bucks in Richmond Park. They are not fallow
Autumn 2014 Is Getting Under Way
It is the season of mist and mellow fruitfullness.
Chatsworth goes in for mist.
HMS Illustrious is now decommissioned.
Fallow bucks are getting ready for the rut.
Goodwood fillies look good.
Spring has arrived.