This has been awarded the title of the best office view in the UK.
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Hundreds of entries were sent in to, which has spent the last few months searching for the UK’s best and worst office views.
This stunning scene was sent in by 49-year old groundsman Andrew Atterwill, who spends his days cutting grass and tending to the marshes Bungay, Suffolk.
He said: “I took the photo along the banks of the river Waveney that divides Norfolk where I work in Earsham and Suffolk on the other side of the river.
“The view inspires me every day, I love photography and nature - you never know what you will see.
“I get into work early to sit on the bench to watch the sunrise so there is always an opportunity to take photos as no two days are the same.”
Okay, now for the worst…
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The worst office view was sent in by Melanie Jones, an operations manager from Farnborough.
She said: “When I first saw the competition on Twitter, I had to laugh at the other worse office entries, compared to mine they seemed heavenly!
“My office looks out onto a tiny flat roof area with an air conditioning unit which makes so much noise that I can barely hear people talk. Rather ironically, it forces hot air into my office too, so not so good when the weather is warm.”
A spokesperson from said: “We’ve been taken aback by how involved the general public have got in this competition. Everybody has to go to work everyday, but some of us are lucky enough to be in some extraordinary locations.
“And on the other hand, some of us aren’t fortunate, with views looking straight onto air conditioning units, brick walls or bird poo stained windows.
“With some of the best office view entries we received, we don’t think we’d ever get any work done as we’d be too busy gazing out of the window.
“The worst office views might be uninspiring but at least there won’t be any distraction in the workplace. If your view is attrocious, this competition has proved you can still have a laugh about it in the office.”