They are all category winners and shortlisted photos from Landscape Photographer of the Year competitions
From the Peak District to Essex via North Wales, they are images bathed in quality. They show delicately frosted vegetation, autumnal canals, cascading rivers and twisted old trees
The Japanese practice of ‘forest bathing’ – which involves walking through a forest at a gentle pace for two hours or more – is said to relieve anxiety.
If that’s the case, then starring at these amazing pictures of woodland scenes in England and Wales might get you half way there.
They are all category winners and shortlisted pictures from past Landscape Photographer of the Year competitions.
This year’s contest is now accepting entries, until July 7. And so conversely, for would-be entrants, looking at these pictures might actually raise stress levels, because they show how tough the competition is likely to be.
Either way, they’re captivating.
From the Peak District to Essex via North Wales, they are images bathed in quality.
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