The sun’s rays break through early morning cloud in Tuscany in one hauntingly beautiful image. Elsewhere, fog enshrouds the valley beneath the crater of a volcano in Iceland – while a magical forest is seen in Scotland.
These are just some of the incredible photos that form part of an upcoming exhibition, called Evolving Landscapes, at the OXO Gallery on London’s South Bank.
It will feature the images of 20 photographers and includes dazzling views of Arctic Norway, Morocco, Spain, the Lake District and Devon’s Jurassic Coast.
Their work shows a wide spectrum of interpretations of landscape photography including traditional landscapes, urban and street photography, architectural and abstract photography, using an ever-expanding variety of photography techniques.
Evolving Landscapes runs from July 18 to July 22 at OXO Tower Wharf, London SE1 9PH, and looks at how landscape photography has evolved and developed over the last 25 years. The exhibition was created by Light and Land, who run photography holidays and workshops in the UK and around the world