Aspiring photographers of all ages and abilities captured the wonders of nature across the Melton borough by taking part in a museum competition.
Melton Carnegie Museum received more than 100 entries into its ‘Nature’s Gallery’ competition which covered the categories of insects, birds, mammals and landscapes.
All of the submitted photographs will be on display in the museum’s Anne Hughes Gallery until Saturday, May 30.
The winner of each section received a £20 shopping voucher, with the overall winners of the adults’ and under 16s sections receiving a £100 shopping voucher.
Prizes were awarded to the following competition entrants:
Alex Baxter – ‘Breaking the Mirror’ (Overall Winner)
Jessica Beaumont – ‘Caterpillar Magic’
Jake Callcutt – ‘Vole on a Stroll’
Chris March – ‘Sunny Day’ (Highly Commended)
Karen Antcliffe – ‘Two for the Price of One’
Steve Clark – ‘Wood Mouse’
Christopher Harding – ‘Early One Morning’ (Highly Commended)
Dennis Watts – ‘Rapeseed at Ragdale’
Allan Wild – ‘Got You Spotted’ (Overall Winner)