In pictures: Scottish Nature Photography Award winners

Edinburgh city from Salisbury Crags. Picture: Allan Wright, Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway (2nd Scottish Landscape - Urban Greenspace category)
Edinburgh city from Salisbury Crags. Picture: Allan Wright, Castle Douglas, Dumfries & Galloway (2nd Scottish Landscape - Urban Greenspace category)
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DAVID Queenan from Bo’ness has been named Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2015 for his atmospheric study Bass Rock from Seacliff Beach, which was taken an hour after sunset in East Lothian.

The photograph also won him the Scottish Landscape – Sea & Coast category. Shelter, which was taken in Dalmeny, won Edinburgh photographer Rod Hanchard-Goodwin second prize in the Scottish Botanical category, while Edinburgh City from Salisbury Crags, by Allan Wright from Castle Douglas, was second in the Scottish Landscape – Urban Greenspace category.

Catch of the Day (White Tailed Eagle, Isle of Mull). Picture: Max Eve, age 10, Hexham, Northumberland. Winner Junior Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2015

Catch of the Day (White Tailed Eagle, Isle of Mull). Picture: Max Eve, age 10, Hexham, Northumberland. Winner Junior Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2015

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Shelter. Bluebells, South Queensferry. Picture: Rod Hanchard-Goodwin, Longridge, Berwick-Upon-Tweed (2nd Scottish Botanical category)

Shelter. Bluebells, South Queensferry. Picture: Rod Hanchard-Goodwin, Longridge, Berwick-Upon-Tweed (2nd Scottish Botanical category)

The Bass Rock from Seacliff Beach. Picture: David Queenan, BoNess, West Lothian (1st Scottish Landscape  Sea & Coast and winner Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2015)

The Bass Rock from Seacliff Beach. Picture: David Queenan, BoNess, West Lothian (1st Scottish Landscape  Sea & Coast and winner Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2015)