Leading lens of the county
The skilled cameramen and women of Ayr Photographic Society have been behind their lenses all summer.
While regular meetings were scrapped, there was plenty of time for outdoor shoots.
The results are in for the first competion of the new season, the Jessops Open, which was judged by Guy Phillips of Paisley Colour PC.
The society was founded in 1905 and meets in the Loudoun Hall in Ayr every Thursday night.
The club’s Forrest Weir said: “New members from complete beginners to professionals are always welcome and we have added a few more this year.”
‘ Peeking Osprey’ by Harry Morgan and ‘ Cir Mhor and the A’Chir Ridge’ by Michael Kelso were joint winners of the Best Intermediate Print section.
Malcolm Yates won Best Intermediate digital projected image with‘ Dying Light’.
‘ Here Comes the Rain Again’ by Ruth Hayton won Best Advanced DPI.
Mark Caldwell won the Advanced Prints category with ‘ Armadillo Under an Iron Sky’ and was also awarded best overall image of the competition.
Lines and texture The Armadillo in Glasgow by Mark Caldwell
Bird on a wire Ruth Hayton’s spectacular kingfisher
Gotcha Stunning moment an osprey pierces a trout with its left talon. Captured by Harry Morgan
Sundowner Great shot from Portencross Pier by Malcolm Yates
Rugged Arran Michael Kelso caught the light