The UK, though underrated, does have a whole host of interesting and beautiful landscapes that are perfect for photography. With our rolling countryside, rugged coastlines and windswept moors, a photographer could not wish for more. Listed below are six of the best locations throughout the UK that are perfect for landscape photography.

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Old Man of Storr – Scotland

Located in the Isle of Skye, the jewel in the crown for a landscape photographer is the Old Man of Storr. This tall rock is set against a backdrop of mountains in the north of Skye. For the best photos, visit in the morning. This is when you will receive an elevated view of the sunrise. It’s quite a trek up there, so you may want to visit in the daylight first to get your bearings.

Glencoe Moor – Scotland

These views offer a photographer a really great photo opportunity. The glacial valley of Glencoe is immense, surrounded by mountain peaks and Loch Leven. It’s a world-renowned hotspot and haven for outdoor photographers.

Derwent Water – Lake District

The Lake District has been seen as one of the most photogenic places to be in the UK. The single location that is brilliant for landscape photography, by photographers such as, is Derwent Water. It’s a beautiful stretch of water ideal for wide-angle shots.

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Bamburgh Castle – England

Bamburgh Castle has had a lot of photos taken because it is such a recognisable landmark. Underneath the stunning castle you have the backdrop of sand that stretches for miles and miles – a great location for the beach photographers out there.

Llanddwyn Island – Wales

Anglesey is a really great place for landscape photography. Llanddwyn Island is remote and romantic, and you can shoot unique photos of the lighthouse resembling a windmill. It’s a really pretty place and is best shot in the evening. Just look out for the tide.

Durdle Door – England

Although Durdle Door has a limited number of viewpoints, it shouldn’t be discounted by landscape photographers because of this. It’s tricky to capture an original viewpoint because it is so often photographed. But the rock arch is absolutely magnificent, making it a photogenic location that is highly prized in the UK and well worth a visit.