The Scottish Ornithologists’ Club (SOC) has actually revealed a photography exhibition that will run at its Waterston House headquarters in Aberlady, Lothian, till late February.
The exhibition is the last chance to see the 11th edition of the Scottish Nature Photography Awards, which is pitching up at the SOC in Aberlady for its final stop, presenting the winning entries in this annual photography competitors. Introduced in 2012, the competitors is open to all and offers a platform to celebrate Scotland as a key location for nature photography.
‘Piercing Gaze’ by Zan Blaszczyk.
All the photographs were taken in Scotland by photographers and filmmakers from all over the world. The exhibition provides the leading there entries in various categories including: Scottish Wildlife Picture, Scottish Wildlife Behaviour, Scottish Landscape and Natural Abstract. It likewise consists of a screening of the top 3 Scottish Nature Video Awards for brief films about nature shot in Scotland.
The judging panel chose three overall winners: Darren Cole received the leading award for Ice and Fire, the Junior Scottish Nature Professional photographer Award went to Kaitlin Clark (aged 11) for Peregrine Playtime and the Trainee leading prize went to Murronrose Dunn for a portfolio of images entitled Death Time.
The exhibition runs between 18 January and 26 February. Entry is complimentary and no reservations are required. Opening hours are in between 10 am and 4 pm, from Wednesdays to Saturdays.