Cromdale Man Scoops Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year

Grimsby-born photographer Paul Webster, has been announced as this year’s winner of the prestigious Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year Award.

A Highland photographer has captured the country’s hearts after winning a prestigious title with stunning landscape shots.

Paul Webster, from Cromdale, has been crowned Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year, fighting off competition from thousands of entries from across the globe.

His winning portfolio comprised of three magnificently evocative images shot in the mountain ranges of the Lochaber Geopark and Glen Affric.

His image ‘Wild Affric’ – a tranquil shot of the landscape and the magnificent caledonian pines that surround Loch Affric – also received an award in the competition, sponsored by the John Muir Trust.

See other entries for the photograph competition below.