Photography competition 2019

Once again, we had a brilliant response to our photography competition. We received a fantastic 68 entries in total! All of the prize-winning photos are below for you to enjoy arranged under this year’s four categories: Scenery, Nature, Fun and Folk and Video Clips. You can click on the photos to enlarge them.

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Scenery

First prize

“Solas Gleann Mòr” by Alice Starmore

Second prize (joint)

“Bonxie eye view” by Rebekah Ackroyd

Second prize (joint)

“Main Street at Night” by Emma Bothamley

Nature

First prize (joint)

“Are these oatcakes getting smaller?” by David Tait

First prize (joint)

“Fulmar” by Duncan McNab

First prize (joint)

“Puffin and fish” by Henrietta Buxton

Fun and Folk

First prize

“Renevator’s delight” by Helen McPherson

Second prize

“Boys on lookout” by Cathy Hooper

Third prize

“Skipper Willie” by Sam Loughran

Video Clips

First prize

“Nevis Ensemble” by Julie Hunt

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