Yorkshire has some of the most stunning scenery in Britain if not the world.
And our new book proves that with the help of those who know best the people who live here.
We launched a photography competition last summer and asked readers to send in their photographs of the very best that Yorkshire had to offer.
There was a stunning response with more than 1,000 entries, and the best of them are now being presented in a sumptuous coffee table book entitled simply Yorkshire Landscapes.
Almost everyone who entered the competition has had at least one photograph showcased in the book.
The hard-backed volume features more than 170 pages of photos gleaned from the competition entries, along with pictures from the newspaper group's own staff photographers.
The book is split into sections focusing on the dales and vales of Yorkshire, the stunning coastline, the historic buildings and more.
Telegraph & Argus editor Perry Austin-Clarke said: "When we launched the competition we certainly hoped that we would get some amazing pictures, but we were truly impressed by the quality and quantity of the entries.
"It seems that Yorkshire folk are fiercely proud of their county and that comes out in the astonishing photographs that our readers submitted.
"It would have been a crime not to display these pictures in the best possible medium, which is why we have created this high quality book.
"It's something that no Yorkshire home should be without - and if you've got friends or family from outside the region, it's the perfect way to show them just what they're missing!"
To order your copy of the book , at a cost of £21.34 (per copy, includes postage and packaging), simply click on the link below to for the order form and follow the instructions.