Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year - Bonnie & Wild Competition

Last week, Hamilton train driver Dyan Nardini was named Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year for his atmospheric shots of Arran, Leadhills and Chatelherault Country Park.

It’s a stunning portfolio and all of us at Bonnie & Wild would like to congratulate Dylan for his outstanding photography. You can read the full winners release here. We’d also like to congratulate all the winners and finalists of the contest, whose images will be on display at Bonnie & Wild, as well as highlight the work of Stuart Low who’s pulled these amazing awards together.

The team at Bonnie & Wild would also like to announce our own photography prize. We have shortlisted five images from this amazing landscape exhibition and are now inviting YOU to help us choose a winner.

The winning photographer will receive a long weekend’s stay at the beautiful Glenceitlein Cottage in Glen Etive (Friday to Monday, subject to availability), while everyone who takes part in the voting will have the option to take part in a prize draw for a £50 voucher that they will be able to spend in our Bonnie & Wild Food Hall once we open this summer.

To vote, please visit the Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year site where you will be invited to rate each of the five images between one star and five (after provide your name and email to enter the prize draw). Once voting finishes on Sunday April 25, we will announce the two winners!

We’ll be displaying these incredible images, in a variety of sizes and formats, in our Scottish Marketplace when we open!