Picture Scotland: Scot snaps stunning 'golden hour' traffic shot

By Sean Murphy

Hamilton Road in Motherwell is not well-known as one of Scotland's top beauty spots.

But snapper John Dyer caught it at “golden hour” – when the rich light makes everything, even evening traffic, look absolutely beautiful.

The stunning sunset shot makes him this week's winner and sees him take home our £100 Picture Scotland prize.

Other spectacular entries this week include Bill Cameron’s capture of the statue of the legendary mountain man, Tom Weir, in a wee red bunnet at Balmaha.

While Neil Lea caught a brilliant photo of Vital Spark, the iconic Clyde puffer moored at Inverary Pier.

Neil Lea's epic shot of the Vital Spark at Inveraray Pier (Neil Lea)

Think you’ve got a winning entry?

All you need to do to submit your favourite photo is fill out the form below to send it across and you’ll automatically be entered for a chance to win.

Alternatively, you can tag us in your pictures on Instagram @ScottishDailyRecord

Best of all, we’ll be running the competition every week with changing themes and subjects, meaning you’ll have plenty of chances to not only show off your skills but also be in with a shot of winning the £100.

Bill Cameron's photo of the statue of the legendary mountain man, Tom Weir, with his red bunnet at Balmaha (Bill Cameron)

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