Andrew Simpson’s winning move for the 2022 calendar.
Readers of The Shetland Times are once again invited to submit their photographs for a chance to be featured in next year’s calendar.
The 2023 glossy calendar will be included free with the journal during the holiday season and may feature one of your images.
If you have a stunning photo that captures the essence of the islands, why not submit it for review?
It could be a scenic photo or a spectacular wildlife image or maybe you have a photo that tells a story about life in Shetland.
The photo must be taken in the islands and be in landscape format rather than portrait.
A high resolution version will be required and entrants are limited to a maximum of two submissions per person.
A shortlist of 12 entries will be selected before readers vote for their favorite at www.shetlandtimes.co.uk.
The chosen image will be printed on the calendar, which will be free to readers in the last newspaper of the year, and will adorn the walls of offices, kitchens and workshops around the islands throughout the next year.
Andrew Simpson’s stunning drone shot of Clickimin Broch dusted in snow has won the top spot in the 2022 calendar.
His entry drew nearly a quarter of the audience votes cast – a total of 287.
Entries for this year’s competition can be emailed to [email protected] with ‘Calendar Competition’ in the subject.
People can also deliver hard copies to The Shetland Times Ltd, Gremista, Lerwick, Shetland, ZE1 0PX.
The deadline is Friday, December 2.