Ayrshire people are being urged to submit photographs or artwork showcasing the impact of climate change on Scotland as part of a competition run by Historic Environmental Scotland (HES).

The Visions of Climate Heritage competition, which closes on Tuesday, November 30, has been developed in response to the climate emergency.

As part of the competition, HES will crowdsource images and artwork to tell Scotland’s climate story through an online exhibition.

Alison Turnbull, director of development and partnership at HES, said: “We’ve already had some fantastic submissions and we’re keen that as many people as possible take this chance to help us tell Scotland’s climate story – whether it’s delving into the family archives, scrolling through mobile phone photographs, or creating a work of art such as a sculpture or painting.”

For more, visit the HES website.