A heartwarming image of a gay couple has won a London photography competition.
'Snuggle' by Scott Hamilton beat over 700 other entires to be named the overall winner of the 'Love in London' charity competition, which asked Londoners to share inspiring images of love from around the capital.
The winning photo was taken on a self-timer and depicts part-time teacher Hamilton curled up at home on the sofa with his partner. It will now be displayed on 50 billboards and advertising spaces across London.
Hamilton, who has lived in London since 2005 after moving from Edinbrugh, said of his victory: "I love the thought of spreading some happiness and joy across London and I'm really privileged that the judges chose my entry, especially since this photo means a lot to me personally.
"I think it gives a great representation of love and comfort, since the shot was taken quite naturally when we were both at home on the couch, it just felt right.
Part-time teacher Scott Hamilton took his winning entry 'Snuggle' on a self-timer.
He added: "I hope that people get the same feeling of comfort and joy out of this picture that I have each time I see it."
The 'Love in London' competition was launched on Valentine's Day by creative dating app CLiKD "to share a wave of positivity across the capital and inspire its people".
The charity competition is also helping to raise funds for PhotoVoice, a London-based organisationwhich helps promote social change and support at-risk communities through art and photography.
PhotoVoice CEO, Tom Elkins, said: "Congratulations to Scott, it is a beautiful photo and a worthy winner. This competition has been a fantastic opportunity for photographers to tell their stories about what makes London so special for them.
"The images submitted have been moving, beautiful, thoughtful, and have shown how rich and varied culture London has."
You can check out other category winners from the competition here.