Perfect pictures capture beauty of Lanarkshire

Dylan  Nardini won with Lanark from Black Hill Cairn
Dylan Nardini won with Lanark from Black Hill Cairn

Four entries showcasing the autumnal beauty of the local landscape have been selected as winners of the Clyde and Avon Valleys’ seasonal photo competition.

Autumnal views of Chatelherault’s formal garden, by Alan Collison Henderson; Lanark from Black Hill Cairn, by Dylan Nardini; woodlands at Corra Castle by Dylan Nardini and rooftops at New Lanark by Ricky Mitchell, were the four winning images selected out of over 40 entries.

Dylan Nardini Autumn Woodlands, Corra Castle, Falls of Clyde

Dylan Nardini Autumn Woodlands, Corra Castle, Falls of Clyde

“We were overwhelmed by the quality of all of the autumn entries,” said Sarah O’Sullivan, communications officer for CAVLP.

“Their diversity highlights what a unique landscape the Clyde and Avon valleys are and just why the area is designated an Area of Great Landscape Value.”

Now the search for this seaon’s winners begins.

Sarah added: “We look forward to the next winter round of the photography competition and seeing the valleys in the subsequent phase of their seasonal journey.”

Horticulture...at Chatelherault by Alan Collison Henderson

Horticulture...at Chatelherault by Alan Collison Henderson

Winter entries to the competition can now be submitted under the themes of woodlands, built heritage, geology, play, and inspired by the landscape, until February 29. Photographs can be entered in a digital format to info@clydeandavonvalley.com or in print format to: David Dale’s House, Rosedale Street, New Lanark, ML11 9DJ.

Industrial Heritage was Ricky Mitchell's winning entry in CAVLP's  autumn photo competition

Industrial Heritage was Ricky Mitchell's winning entry in CAVLP's autumn photo competition