Photographer’s take on familiar – and unfamiliar – views of Scotland

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HAWICK photographer Robin Chapman brings his camera lens view of the Borders landscape to Hawick Museum.

Now based in Fife, Robin’s varied photographs are included in an exhibition which runs until October 12.

A spokesperson for Scottish Borders Council said: “The photographs reflect Robin’s interest not only in the countryside, but also in the art of photography, composition and post-process techniques – all of which is displayed to stunning effect.

“There are some incredible photographs of both familiar and unfamiliar places in Scotland – mainly of landscapes and townscapes – and mostly in glorious colour.

“However, there is variety too, from shots of Hawick group Scocha live to Highland, Lothian and Borders scenes, with Edinburgh featuring strongly.”

Prints and cards of photos featured in the exhibition will be available to buy.