The winning shot of Mount Semeru and Mount Bromo volcanoes in eastern Java was taken by German photographer Adrian Rohnfelder.
Project manager Adrian, 45, said: "To me, photography means painting with light and colour, bright colours and the power of nature are what I
most want to demonstrate in my work. "The picture was taken during a three weeks trip to the active volcanoes of East Java, Indonesia. We
first climbed Mount Semeru, in the background of the picture and later circled the crater rim of Mount Bromo the volcano on the left of the
Picture: Adrian Rohn Felder
Sea defences at Porthleven in Cornwall by Lloyd W.A. CoswayPicture: Lloyd W.A. Cosway
In second place was a picture of the Southern Lights, taken in Tekapo, New Zealand by Hamish Burson.
Picture: Hamish Burson
'Skeleton Windmill' taken at How Hill in Norfolk by Joe Lenton
'Field of Snow' taken behind St Remigius church in Hethersett, Norfolk by Joe LentonPicture: Joe Lenton
St Michael's Mount, Cornwall by Matthew KendallPicture: Matthew Kendall
Third placed Tomasz Janicki with a picture of Nash Point in the Vale of Glamorgan, which took him two years to get right. Tomasz, 43, originally
from Poland but who has lived in the UK since 2001, said: "It is a very difficult place to capture and you must have a lot of passion and patience
to be able to show the magic of Nash Point."
Picture: Tomasz Janicki