AN amateur photographer from Huddersfield is the fourth monthly winner of Yorkshire Water's You've Been Rambled competition.
Barry Lockwood, a 56-year-old self-employed fabric merchant from Linthwaite, is among more than 500 keen photographers who have entered the competition since it was launched in March.
The fourth month of the competition, which aims to find the region's own David Bailey and encourage more people to visit the countryside, attracted more than 120 photographs.
Mr Lockwood's picture of Blakeley reservoir, in the Wessenden valley, was declared a clear winner by judges.
Richard Sears, Yorkshire Water's corporate affairs manager, said: "The picture is a fine example of Yorkshire Water's land at its best during the summer months, with a clear sky, flowers in full bloom and the glistening water."
Mr Lockwood, who has entered the competition every month since March, said:
"I'm a keen walker more than a photographer, but the competition has enabled me to combine two of my hobbies."
His prize is a signed print by photographer and Yorkshire Water artist-in-residence, Ian Beesley, worth £150.
Competition entrants have to take a photograph of one of Yorkshire Water's 121 reservoirs and send it to You've Been Rambled, PR Department, Western House, Halifax Road, Bradford, BD6 2LZ or via the competition website www.youvebeenrambled.com