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The overall winner of this year’s Landscape Photographer of the Year competition is a shiver inducing image taken in Glencoe. Peter Rowbottom captured the image which he named ‘Ice spikes’ by lying on the ice itself and creating a makeshift tripod out of flat rocks. He got very wet he says. Peter takes away £10,000 and his image has been printed in Landscape Photographer of the Year: Collection 12. Nicky Goodfellow and Andrew Bulloch also took home prizes for their entries which featured images of Edinburgh. The images will be on display as part of an exhibition in London’s Waterloo station from 19 November until 3 February.