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Foinaven and Arkle, Loch Inchard, October 2012. Loch Inchard is the most northerly sea loch on Scotland’s west coast. Its narrow course curves for over four miles inland from the fishing port of Kinlochbervie through rugged countryside to its head at Rhiconich. Here the skyline is dominated by Foinaven and Arkle, two wonderful mountains of the north that are notoriously difficult to photograph. Photo: Craig Aitchison.

Win 11 stunning panoramic prints from Craig Aitchison's Wild Light 

Shot entirely using a traditional Hasselblad film camera, Wild Light is a stunning panoramic celebration of the Scottish landscape by Craig Aitchison, winner of the inaugural Scottish Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.

The book features over eighty panoramas that celebrate the rich natural heritage and incredible geodiversity for which Scotland is internationally renowned. 

We've got a selection of beautiful prints to give away from the book. To be in with a chance to win, just fill out your details into the form below. 

Competition closes on Tuesday 22 January. 

Good luck!

Wild Light competition

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