Take a View 2012

Landscape Photographer of the Year 2012

Exhibition extended to 10 February 2013

Nature's Artistry, Porth Nanven, Cornwall, England, photo by Adam Burton

Take a View 2012

Over 100 stunning photographs of some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK will be on display, from entries to this popular annual competition, now in its sixth year.

A full-colour book will also be available from the NT Bookshop.

This ever popular exhibition has been extended until 10 February

This year’s Awards are held in association with Network Rail, with the exhibition sponsored by Epson UK.

Seeing landscape – Photographer and Awards founder, Charlie Waite will be giving guided tours of the exhibition on Tuesday 5 February.
Tours begin at 11am and 12.15pm and last approx 45mins.
Tickets cost £10 and can be booked through the box office.

12 November – 10 February

Exhibition opening hours: 9.30am to 11pm (except Sundays, when open, which are 12 noon to 6pm)


  • War Horse
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
  • Rules for Living. Instruction image for combining people and objects
  • Parades banner for Light Shining in Buckinghamshire
  • Everyman - a figure in a bleak space with cartoon finger pointing down at his head
  • The Beaux' Stratagem - Portrait of an 18th century woman, collaged and retouched
  • The Red Lion. Blurred figure holding a football in a doorway, lit from behind
  • The Motherf**cker with the Hat. Illustration of a head with a hat but no face
  • We Want You to Watch. Female head with wide open mouth and wide open mouths for eyes
  • A Declaration from the People. A graffiti-style wall mural with the title and a sunburst on a brick wall
  • An Oak Tree. Instructional diagram of one male figure raising and lowering another with their hand, as if by magic
  • Brainstorm. Teenage boy with blue exploding head
  • Three Days in the Country: A woman's arms against a tree trunk
  • Our Country's Good: illustration of a figure in the distance with a manacle on the fore-ground
  • People, Places and Things. Superimposed photo of a woman's head with her face repeated twice, once in red once blue
  • Jane Eyre. Woman in a pale dress with an image of flames projected onto her
  • wonder.land - a grinning cartoon cat