Magical forests and fiery volcanoes: feast your eyes on the best landscape photography

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We live in a beautiful, beautiful world and the images from this year’s International Landscape Photographer of the Year competition prove it. Judges chose from 4,504 entries from around the world, with images of a magic wood in Devon, crashing waves on the US West Coast and an Icelandic volcano featuring in the eighth edition’s shortlist of 101 photographs of the competition.

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Titled ‘War of the Worlds’, this image was taken in Dartmoor National Park, Devon, and made the top 101 list. Image Courtesy: Nick Green/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

The village of Imhan-ri in South Korea served as the setting for this striking image.  Called 'Pine Field Imhanri', this image earned the photographer a spot in the top 101 images.  Image Courtesy: Yoon Suk Choi/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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The village of Imhan-ri in South Korea served as the setting for this striking image. Called ‘Pine Field Imhanri’, this image earned the photographer a spot in the top 101 images. Image Courtesy: Yoon Suk Choi/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

Called the Depths of Hell, it was one of the highlights of the special award of the year which offers a spellbinding abstract glimpse inside a volcano in Iceland.  Image Courtesy: Chris Byrne/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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Called the Depths of Hell, it was one of the highlights of the special award of the year which offers a spellbinding abstract glimpse inside a volcano in Iceland. Image Courtesy: Chris Byrne/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

This photo came third in the portfolio category.  The photographer turned his camera to the Gorner Glacier, near Zermatt, Switzerland, for this shot.  Image Courtesy: Andrea Zappia/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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This photo came third in the portfolio category. The photographer turned his camera to the Gorner Glacier, near Zermatt, Switzerland, for this shot. Image Courtesy: Andrea Zappia/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

This spellbinding image is of Mono Lake in California, which is on the 101 shortlist. Image courtesy: Simon Xu/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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This spellbinding image is of Mono Lake in California, which is on the 101 shortlist. Image courtesy: Simon Xu/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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Titled ‘Reflector’, this spectacular shot of Lake Bonney Riverland in South Australia came third in the Best Individual Image category. Image Courtesy: Ben Goode/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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Titled ‘Enchanted Forest’, this wintry photo was taken on The Roaches, a rocky ridge in England’s Peak District. Image Courtesy: Michael Allberry/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

This breathtaking photo in Yosemite National Park, USA, shows a

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This jaw-dropping photo from Yosemite National Park, USA, shows a ‘controlled burn’ in a forest. Image Courtesy: Marcin Zajac/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

This mesmerizing image titled

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This mesmerizing image titled “When the Universe Speaks” is of Mount Seymour, British Columbia, Canada. Image Courtesy: Matt Jackisch/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

Titled 'Born of Fire', the photographer beautifully captures the volcanic region of Fagradalsfjall in Iceland.  Image Courtesy: Filip Hrebenda/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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Titled ‘Born of Fire’, the photographer beautifully captures the volcanic region of Fagradalsfjall in Iceland. Image Courtesy: Filip Hrebenda/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

'Winter of the Lake' won the 2021 Snow & Ice Award. Courtesy of Mimmo Salierno/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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The ‘Winter of the Lake’ won the 2021 Snow & Ice Award. Image courtesy: Mimmo Salierno/The Eighth International Landscape Photographer of the Year

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