Edinburgh photo competition: Win a bottle of Whyte and Mackay

EDINBURGH is one of the most photogenic cities in the world, and we want to see the Capital through your eyes.

Monday, 25th April 2016, 11:25 am
Updated Monday, 25th April 2016, 12:27 pm
Picturesque trees at South Queensferry. Picture: @echline02/Twitter

Send us your newsworthy, beautiful or funny Edinburgh photos via email ([email protected] - Subject Line: Photo competition), Twitter (tag your photo #eensnaps) or post to our Facebook page.

Make sure you tell us where and when the photo was taken.

At the end of each week we’ll choose the best photo and award our Weekly Winner a bottle of Whyte and Mackay whisky.

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A plane coming in to land over Cramond Island. Picture: Andrew Coyne/Facebook

You must be aged 18 or over to enter, and the winner must collect their prize from our Edinburgh office within one month.

Cramond at nightfall. Picture: Wendy Henderson/Facebook
East Lothian coastline, before Cockenzie Power Station was demolished. Picture: Andrew Barr
Arthur's Seat. Picture: Donna Reape
Dusk from the top of Hailes Quarry Park in Edinburgh. Picture: 'hbeagrie'
Bavelaw Reservoir. Picture: Claire Hunter/Facebook
Everything's golden at Queensferry Crossing. Picture: Derek Fleming
A familiar, but still beautiful, Edinburgh skyline. Picture: @flossieloves/Twitter
Looking across to Old Town, from Princes Street. Picture: Olgi Buhagiar
A plane coming in to land over Cramond Island. Picture: Andrew Coyne/Facebook
Cramond at nightfall. Picture: Wendy Henderson/Facebook
East Lothian coastline, before Cockenzie Power Station was demolished. Picture: Andrew Barr
Arthur's Seat. Picture: Donna Reape
Dusk from the top of Hailes Quarry Park in Edinburgh. Picture: 'hbeagrie'
Bavelaw Reservoir. Picture: Claire Hunter/Facebook
Everything's golden at Queensferry Crossing. Picture: Derek Fleming
A familiar, but still beautiful, Edinburgh skyline. Picture: @flossieloves/Twitter
Looking across to Old Town, from Princes Street. Picture: Olgi Buhagiar