World Land Trust's Wild Places competition attracted 186 entries. This gallery shows the overall winner, the weekly winners and a few examples of other pictures we received.
One of the conditions of entry was for the entrant to provide a caption:
The Bothy is located just off a rural track half way up a fell, not many people stop by meaning it is peaceful and just a nice place for tea.
A wild and wondrous landscape in Western Australia. The peace and quiet, and unusual visual scenic effects, are almost overwhelming.
Dartmoor - totally wild and rugged. A little bit spooky but also very quiet and relaxing. My whole family love it here.
A remote place over fjordland in South Island, NZ. It is so vast, full of beauty and not a soul on it.
The Great Bear Rainforest on the west coast of Canada. You can see Black and Grizzly Bears, Golden Eagles, Otters and Wolves all in one place.
This woodland valley, somewhat inaccessible and wild really does look like this at certain hours. Otherworldly.
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve in Sussex, UK, is my favourite wild place where I live and work among the many rare and endangered plants and animals.
This is Tan-Y-Bwlch, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, it's my favourite wild place as my nan's ashes were scattered in the river here.
Lake in the area called Czech Paradise in Czech Republic, there is a great fog over the lake in the morning, I like to watch sunrise there.
This is the River Tyne near Humshaugh in Northumberland. It is a beautiful, peaceful place that reminds me of my father who lived near here.