Natural poses: Scottish nature photography prize winners

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The winners of the Scottish Nature Photographer of the Year 2014 have been announced. Samuel Hood, 17, from Newcastle upon Tyne, won the junior category with his image of a barn swallow feeding its young.
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Eleanor Ryder, of Falmouth, took the student prize with her Wild Skye portfolio.
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Andy Howard, of Little Dalcross near Inverness, won the wildlife behaviour category with his image Let Battle Commence.
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A picture called Hammars Hill Wind Farm secured Mark Ferguson, of Harray, Orkney, the environmental prize.
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Autumn Rowan, a picture taken on Speyside, won Brian Clark, from Crail, the natural abstract category.
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Mr Clark also won the Scottish landscape sea and coast accolade with Storm Light on Harris which was taken on Scarista Beach on the Isle of Harris.
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Thrift on Beinn Eighe by Chris Stuart, of Inverness, took the Scottish landscape land category.
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The prize for best urban green space went to David Queenan, of Bo'ness, and his image Summer Evening Sunlight in Royal Circus Gardens, Edinburgh.
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The Scottish botanical award went to Karl-Heinz Schleder, of Irrel, Germany, with this image of Glen Affric in the Highlands.
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Johan Siggesson, of Gzira, Malta, won the portrait prize and was the award's overall winner with I'm sorry. The image of an Atlantic puffin was taken on the Fair Isle.

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