Amateur photographers are being encouraged to enter a national photography competition celebrating British mountains, moorlands and bogs by entering images of their 'adventures in the uplands'.
The competition is organised by the Community Science team at the Moors for the Future Partnership in the Peak District National Park.
Entries are invited in two categories: Adults and age 15 or under.
The winner of the 'adults' category will receive an Opticron wildlife spotting telescope. Second prize is a walking adventure gear bundle courtesy of Adventurequip outdoor shop, while third place will receive a £50 voucher for outdoor clothing and equipment from Alpkit.
The winner of the 'age 15 and under' category will receive a high resolution bird box camera - courtesy of Gardenature.
All winners and runners up will each receive a Community Science t-shirt.
The winning images will be selected by photographers Kate MacRae (Wildlife Kate) and Jack Perks.
The winning entries, runners up and selected photos from the short-list will also be on display in a touring exhibition next year.
Community Science project manager Sarah Proctor said: “Having made wildlife and water the focus of our last two competitions we're looking forward to seeing what wonderful adventures people have while exploring Britain's uplands. The competition theme can be interpreted in lots of ways, but we're looking for dynamic, unusual and beautiful images to inspire people to enjoy our moorlands, mountains and bogs.”