Moors for the Future Partnership have announced the winners of their 2018 photo competition.
The winning images showcase Britain's upland landscapes – including mountains, moorlands and bogs – and feature people having some amazing adventures.
Judges Kate MacRae and Jack Perks chose the winners from a wide range of excellent entries, with photographers coming from 14 different countries around the globe.
Overall winner of the adult's category was Jay Birmingham from Staffordshire, with his atmospheric image of sunrise in the Peak District, starring his wife Mim. Jay said “My wife is just as thrilled as I am! I love all the other photos too - they show how wonderful our uplands are.”
Judge Kate MacRae said: “This is such an atmospheric shot; you can almost feel the chill in the air. I love this image!”
Second prize in the adult's category went to Lee Cooper from Derbyshire, for his paragliding selfie.
The image was taken at 5000 feet over Mam Tor during what turned out to be a turbulent flight.