Glamaig Reflection by Nick Hanson (overall winner)
Glamaig Reflection capture the snow-capped peak of Glamaig mountain, reflected in a tranquil loch as the sun started to rise behind the red hills on the Isle of Skye.
Autumn in Glen Affric by Nick Hanson (overall winner)
Autumn in Glen Affric is a shot of birches and ferns rendered as a canvas of brilliant colour and subtle movement at one of Scotland’s best examples of the great Caledonian Forest in Glen Affric.
Autumn Colours is a shot of mist dancing around some golden grasses on a cold night by the side of Loch Pityoulish in the Cairngorms National Park.
East Lomond Rock by George Rees (Young Photographer of the Year winner)
East Lomond Rock was taken in the Lomond Hills in Fife.
Evening Twilight at Crail Harbour by Brian Clark (Seascape category runner up)
Corrour Bothy by Guy Richardson (Landscape category runner up)
Bluebell Carpet by Rod Hanchard-Goodwin (Four Seasons Spring category winner)
Hebridean Sunrise by Sarah Canton (Seascape category winner)
Bleak Midwinter by Stephen Hinde (Four Seasons Winter category winner)
Cloud Construction by David Queenan (Urban category runner up)
The Forth Bridge by Dougie Cunningham (Four Seasons Summer category winner)
Sudden Downpour by Gill Williamson (Urban category winner)
Stand by James Roddie (Four Seasons Autumn category winner)
Lagangarbh by Stewart Lamont (Landscape category winner)
Entering a series of evocative images, Hanson's photography focused on the Cairngorms, Skye and Glen Affric in Scotland.
“When I got the phone call informing me of my award, I was shaking in disbelief. I am extremely delighted to have been awarded overall winner this year, it is such a great achievement for me,” says Hanson.
The Scottish Wildlife photographer of the Year covers a number of categories, including The Young Photographer of the Year which went to 16-year-old George Rees from St Andrews.
“The competition goes from strength to strength and this follows on from the incredible success of the first two years," adds Stuart Low, the founder and head judge of the competition.
"Once again, photographers from right across the world entered the competition. They took to the mountains, the islands, the coasts and the streets, and they captured the most stunning and diverse views of our spectacular country. My congratulations to them all!”
For more details on the competition, visit Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year
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