This beautiful gallery showcases Perthshire in all its winter glory with glimmery frosty hillsides, frozen sunrises and white hares playing in snowy fields. As you browse through these stunning images, you can't help but think that Mother Nature has a particular soft spot for our amazing wee corner of the world. Each season giving us more beauty in the wild landscape, forests, lochs, mountains and fields of Perthshire.
We have been fortunate this week to have a contribution from five local photographers who are currently making a big impact on Facebook, and many of them were shortlisted for the recent Perth City Centre Winter Photo competition. Some are keen amateurs, some are professionals and all share a love of the great outdoors and the beauty that can be found right here on our doorstep.
Craig Fraser is a Perthshire based photographer who specialises in landscape and wildlife photography and you check out his work here and if you like what you see you can even order prints. They'd look amazing on the wall of any office or home.
When not working at Perth College Gordon Muir loves nothing more than getting out and about and taking snaps of Perthshire. Like us, at Small City, he loves a good Wintery pic and he's certainly got the magic touch with our feathered friends. You can see amazing photo's here.
Connor only first started photography two years ago and he has come on leaps and bounds since then. He specialises in nature photography and was thrilled to be short-listed for the Perth City Centre Winter Photo competition as Photography is something he would like to pursue as a career. You can check out his work here.
F68 Photograpy is Fraser Hetherington who can cover all your photographic needs from wildlife and landscape to 3d stills and events. He was the overall photo winner for Historic Scotland Photo competition in 2014 and you can see his work here.
Evelyn Kelly is an amateur photographer who displays her work on her own Facebook page. Small City previously featured her work in a Burn's Night gallery and you can see her photograph Afton Water here.
In October we featured a gallery of pictures of Perth Train Station that went down like gangbusters. Similarly, photographer Ronnie Gillies monochrome picture of the station in the snow is proving a big hit on Facebook. You can check it out on the excellent Auld Perth Bairns Facebook group.
Cameron is another great Perthshire wildlife photographer who lives in Glendevon. His pictures of the Mountain or Blue Hare were shortlisted for the Perth City Centre Winter Photo competition this year. You can view more of his work on his Facebook page here.