Wild shots: Scottish Nature Photography Awards winners



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Blue Hour Shells

by James Dewar, of Fife, won the natural abstract category



John Macfarlane, of Loweswater, Cumbria

won the botanical award with his photograph of autumn rowans and lichens



Graham Niven, of Nethy Bridge, with his shot Cairngorm Squall

Won the land award in the landscape category



Gourock Paddling Pools by Pete Stevens, of Greenock

Won the landscape sea and coast award



Perth Lightning, by Connor McLaren, of Perth

Won the urban greenspace award in the landscape category



Glasgow's Sandy Gilmour

won the wildlife behaviour prize with his picture Mallard Duckling Chasing a Mayfly



Norman Watson, of Insch

Took the wildlife portrait award with his image Fox Cub King



Kaitlyn Clark, 11, from Inverness

Was named Junior Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year



Murronrose Dunn, of Glasgow

An HND Photography student at New College Lanarkshire, won the Student Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year accolade with the portfolio Passing Time



Pat Douglass, of Rosemarkie

Springtime in the Pond: The Toads won the video category



Darren Cole's

image Ice and Fire won the environmental and overall prizes



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