This image was taken by Ed Schroeder in a field just off the start of the Ayot Green Way, near Welwyn Garden City, in Hertfordshire as the sun was setting.
This view is on the beach, looking north towards Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland. Taken by Andrew Hunter.
This image of the Brough of Birsay, a tidal island off the north west coast of Orkney was taken by Ian Montgomery.
"This view is looking towards the Cheshire Matterhorn, Shutlingsloe, which I pass on my way to work every day, while passing through Bagnall in Staffordshire. Rather pleasant," says Nick Barber.
"Here is Dungeness Power Stations at night. Sitting on the edge of a unique shingle bank the power stations are an unavoidable sight by day and also by night, but the contrasting view is very different in the dark," by Steven Town.
"This is Durham Cathedral and the castle from the station - this is the view people get as they step off the train. This photo was taken on a chilly morning in November. I've enjoyed many gorgeous sunsets from this spot," says Clare Miller.
"This is a view from Hartside Caflin, Cumbria, looking towards the Lake District on the left and the Solway Firth on the right," says Ben Hall. "The dramatic weather and dusting of snow around the empty bench highlight the isolated nature of this spot."
The attached picture is taken from Bealach Na Ba (The Pass of the Cattle)," says Tony Jones. "The road rises from sea level at Loch Kishorn, Wester Ross, Scotland to 2,000 feet and back to sea level at Applecross."
Joe Reid took this bleak image of Godrevy Light House in Cornwall.
Steve Scorer took this photo of the view of a part of Poole Bay called The Blue Lagoon, taken from Sandbanks, Dorset.
"Looking towards Ashley Station, Cheshire, on the Manchester to Chester line," says Phil Page.
"This is a shot of the Clwyd range of hills in north east Wales, taken from Halkyn Mountain, near Mold," says David Wright. "It was taken on New Years Eve this last year."
Octavian Cara took this picture of Eastbourne as the sun set over the seaside town.
This rather bleak beach scene is at Cleveleys in Lancashire and was taken by Lisa Roberts.
West Berkshire has plenty of rolling chalk hills, but one of my favourite locations is at Donnington Castle just outside of Newbury. The ruins of the castle are beautiful at any time but perhaps most magical when seen at dusk," says Jo Parsons.
"This is one of the most beautiful views on the south coast. I captured Durdle Door in my home county of Dorset with a long exposure at close to midnight in July. The scene is lit by by moonlight and the ambient light of midsummer," says Mike McDaid.
This view of Buttermere and Crummock Water in the Lake District was taken by Daniel Young as he ascended Haystacks.
Justin Bailey took this photo of Erith Pier on the River Thames on the edge of London and Kent. "It was taken on a Friday evening in the recent heatwave. Views of the industrial riverside further up the Thames can be very good on evenings like this."
"I think Britain's best views are often in its roughest weather," says Jamie McMillan. "This was a Force 9 seen from Fair Isle in September 2007 - straight out of the shipping forecast."
"This was taken on a wild March day in 2008 from a tiny beach near Taobh Tuath on the south west tip of Harris looking towards the Outer Hebridean Island of Pabay," says Ron Leddy. "This is typical of the spectacular views to be had from the Hebrides."
"This is the view from the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square. I stood here as part of Antony Gormley's One and Other," says Daisy Solomons. "As a toddler I visited Santa Claus here, as a child I fed pigeons, as a teenager I got arrested here (CND demo)."
Douglas Nicholson took this view west from Lyle Hill, Greenock, over Gourock and the River Clyde. The snowy backdrop is formed by the hills of the Cowal peninsula, with the Holy Loch centre shot.
"The photo shows a beautiful sunset at Slaughden Sailing Club on the River Alde, at Aldeburgh in Suffolk," says David Bailey.
This reservoir supplies Birmingham with water. Image taken by Nick Toone.
"This is a picture I took one evening on a drive just outside Durham City with my husband. I like the way the wind turbines are 'blowing' the clouds," says Cat.