Photography competition 2017

We had a total of 59 entries in 2017 – a fantastic response! All of the prize-winning photos are below for you to enjoy arranged under the three categories: Scenery, Nature, and Fun and Folk. You can click on the photos to enlarge them.

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Scenery

First prize

“Village Bay and Oiseval from the Slopes of Conachair” by Christina Macaulay

Second prize (joint)

Enjoying the View from the Gap” by Alasdair Maceachen

Second prize (joint)

“Sunny Day in Village Bay” by Bill Cameron

Nature

First prize

“Gannet being attacked by one (of two) Bonxies” by Paul Paddock

Second prize (joint)

“Snipe” by Hugh Barton

Second prize (joint)

“St Kilda Wren” by Hugh Barton

Fun and Folk

First prize

“Strictly Roofing” by Mike McKimm

Second prize (joint)

“Ready for the Off” by Robert Murray

Second prize (joint)

“Work with a View” by Stefanie Lauer

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