Some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes

Many of us have spent far too long amidst the landscapes of our living rooms this past year, so this photo contest from Agora might just be the ultimate antidote to cabin fever.

The #Landscape2020 contest fielded 14,739 entries, which were in turn whittled down to 50 finalists. These are our favourite shots.

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‘Sunrise magic’ by @e.stis      – Alpe di Siusi, Italy

‘Surprised by a full moon at goblin valley’ by @lukeylove      – Emery, USA

‘Polarlights’ by @and1402      – Moskenesoya, Norway

‘Some of the most unique landscapes I’ve ever seen’ by @leemumford8      – Ship Rock, USA

‘The anaconda ice cave’ by @jeffreyjkieffer      – Vatnajokull, Iceland

‘Chu Dang Ya volcano’ by @hoacarol      – Chu Dang Ya, Vietnam

‘Tre Cime’ by @ghislainfave      – Tre Cime, Italy

‘Tu Lan’ by @bscongtam      – Tu Lan Cave, Vietnam

‘Life in a fairytale’ by @chadtorkelsen      – Oregon, USA

‘My proudest drone shot to date’ by @perkspectivephotography      – Padstow, UK

‘Dramatic Friday’ by @jsrpixel      – Hong Kong, China

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‘Life on Mars’ by @jamesxtheo      – Utah, USA

‘Sigiriya Lion rock’ by @artempikalov      – Sigiriya, Sri Lanka

‘The first sunset during my Iceland trip’ by @filippobellisola      – Haifoss, Iceland

Have you ever tried your hand at landscape photography? Where is your favourite landscape to admire?

– With PA

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