Competition winners have snapped up top prizes in the latest ICE Yorkshire and Humber photography competition. Budding photographers were out in a flash to capture the best civil engineering projects in the region on camera.
The competition, celebrating civil engineering in Yorkshire and Humber, was inundated with entries.
David Hopley took the top spot with his stunning image of Humber Bridge. He also collected third prize with an atmospheric image of York Railway Station.
Lucy Walker’s striking image of Emley Moor was awarded second place.
ICE Yorkshire and Humber chair, Mark Calvert, said: “The judges were incredibly impressed with the quality of entries we received, and it was a difficult job to choose the winning images.
“We were delighted with the range of entries that we received, showcasing all the great engineering projects there are in this region.
"There is nothing better than stopping for a minute to admire your surroundings and wonder where the engineer got their inspiration from in the first place.
"These are lasting landmarks and it's wonderful to acknowledge them in some way."
The shortlisted entries will now be used to form part of an exhibition at Leeds Railway Station as part of ICE’s 200th birthday celebrations later this year.