A photograph of the Ailsa Craig is to be featured in a prestigious BBC television calendar.
John Lindsay’s photo of the iconic Carrick landmark will be in Countryfile’s 2014 calendar which every year helps to raise money for Children in Need.
And with your help the photo could be chosen as the overall winner of the competition from over 57,000 entries.
Be quick though as voting closes on Sunday night (8 September) at midnight so make sure your vote is registered by then.
To vote for the picture of the Ailsa Craig simply log-on to http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006t0bv. You will need to create a BBC ID if you don’t have one currently before clicking on the vote button.
You can also register your vote for the picture by phone by calling 09011 98 76 11. Calls cost 10p from a BT landline, other operators may vary and calls from mobiles will cost considerably more.
The overall winner will be the photographer who gets the most votes when the totals from the online and phone votes are combined. They will get to choose from a range of the latest photography equipment to the value of £1000. The person who takes the judges’ favourite photo will get to choose equipment to the value of £500. Both will be announced on the programme in October.