A unique photography competition based on views of Scotland first recorded in the 17th century is open for entries.
The National Library of Scotland has organised the competition to mark the 300th anniversary of the death of military engineer John Slezer.
In 1693, Slezer published a book containing engravings of many of Scotland's most important towns and buildings. His 'Theatrum Scotiae' represented the first pictorial survey of Scotland.
Read more in the photo competition media release.
13 July 2017