Ally Grant captured a striking shot of the marvelous rail bridge over the Forth in 2018.

He and his wife and son were there to pay their respects to Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison, who tragically took his own life that year.

He's since named the photo, Tiny Changes, after the song.

Thanks to his incredible snapshot of Scotland's engineering marvels, Ally is this week’s £100 winner.

Meanwhile, an owl in flight at the Scottish Owl Centre in Whitburn delighted Gillian Anderson leading to her capturing this shot, which she describes as a 'total fluke'.

Chris Daniel’s shot of Glencoe made the most of a dramatic sky.

Gillian Anderson's beautiful owl shot
Gillian Anderson's beautiful owl shot

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Alternatively, you can tag us in your pictures on Instagram@ScottishDailyRecord

Chris Daniel's wonderful Glencoe snap
Chris Daniel's wonderful Glencoe snap

Best of all, we’ll be running the competition every week with changing themes and subjects, meaning you’ll have plenty of chances to not only show off your skills but also be in with a shot of winning the £100.

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