A talented amateur photographer from Teesside has won a prestigious award in a national wildlife photography competition.
Lyle McCalmont won the top prize in the annual Marwell Wildlife Photographer of the year competition for his image of a curious red squirrel in the ancient Caledonian pine forests.
Mr McCalmont also won the Native category with the same photograph.
“Getting the light just right in a forest where the light changes by the second is no easy task. I made many attempts to capture the best image so you can imagine my delight when I finally got the one! ”
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Dick Dawson, who is now in his eighties, travelled with Hollywood stars on board the Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mary.
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A hundred photographers from all over the world have had their photos on display in a former railway station in North Yorkshire.
The "Best Shots" exhibition is helping to raise funds for the charity which now runs the station in Richmond.
Derek Proud went along to see it - watch his full report below.