To mark World Photography Day, we’ve put together some amazing photos features on the blog from the past 12 months for you to enjoy.

They range from the majestic Northern Lights in Iceland to the Red Arrows aerobatic display team to a picture taken with a kite and lots more besides.

Callanish Startrails (photo credit: John Maher)

Callanish Startrails (photo credit: John Maher)

This photo was taken by John Maher, who was the drummer in legendary band Buzzcocks. You can see more of his stunning photography on the blog, by clicking here.

Fort Doyle, Guernsey (photo credit: Aerial-i)

Fort Doyle, Guernsey (photo credit: Aerial-i)

This amazing photo was taken using a kite! To read about how it was done and see more incredible photos snapped using a kite, click here.

Northern Lights reflection, Iceland (photo credit: Iain Ferguson)

Northern Lights reflection, Iceland (photo credit: Iain Ferguson)

The Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, are a sight to behold. You can see more of Iain Ferguson’s photography, by clicking here.

Red Arrows winter training (photo credit: Claire Hartley Photography)

Red Arrows winter training (photo credit: Claire Hartley Photography)

Claire Hartley is an incredibly talented photographer who specialises in aviation photography. She has featured several times on the blog, click here to see her work.

Northern Lights, Port Austin, Michigan, US (photo credit: Austin Tierney)

Many parts of the world were treated to a spectacular display of the Northern Lights in early 2015. To see photos of the event, click here.

Stac Pollaidh, Mountain, Scottish Highlands (Karen Appleyard Photography)

Stac Pollaidh, Mountain, Scottish Highlands (Karen Appleyard Photography)

Inspiring photos from the Highlands of Scotland taken by Karen Appleyard. To see more click here.

Green Tiger Beetle (photo credit: Jonathan Clark)

Green Tiger Beetle (photo credit: Jonathan Clark)

It’s a bug’s life! Photographer Jonathan Clark has taken some incredible photos of bufferflies and insects close-up. To see more of his work, click here.

Perseids Meteor shower at Carew Castle, Wales, UK (photo credit: @rob_still)

Perseids Meteor shower at Carew Castle, Wales, UK (photo credit: @rob_still)

The Perseid meteor shower is an annual event in August and can provide incredible photos of ‘shooting stars’. To see some amazing photos, click here.

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