We spoke to some of the entrants for the #MyWestLothian competition to see talk about the photos that they submitted.
Note: The photographers chosen to take part in this blog were picked at random, and are not related to the judging process for the competition.
The #MyWestLothian competition was launched to help encourage visitors and locals alike to show what West Lothian means to them. The winner of the competition would feature prominently on the front of our upcoming guide, as well as receiving an excellent photography tuition morning at Five Sisters Zoo to further develop their skills.
David took this excellent photograph of Beecraigs Country Park last May.
You can click on the picture to find out more from David about his submission.
John visited Linn Jaw Waterfall early last summer to take this photo of one of West Lothians true Hidden Gems.
You can click on the picture to find out more from John about his submission.
Emma, a photography student from West Lothian, visited Linlithgow Palace to take her entry.
You can click on the picture to find out more from Emma about her submission.
Sarah visited one of West Lothians top attractions, Almondell Country Park, to take her photo.
You can click on the picture to find out more from Sarah about her submission.