Amateur photographers are being urged to take pictures of their local woodland to enter the 'Inspired by my local woods' competition.
The winners will see their picture featured in a Commonwealth Woods 2015 official calendar.
Over the next year, residents are encouraged to explore their local woods with camera in hand to get shots of birds, plants, wildlife and community events throughout the changing seasons.
The competition, which is run by the Forestry Commission Scotland in partnership with the Evening Times, forms part of the Commonwealth Woods, a legacy project linked to the Glasgow 2014 Games.
It aims to help local communities get inspired by their local woods.
There is a network of 13 Commonwealth Woods, from Drumchapel and the Kilpatrick Hills in the West to Rawyards and Old Mine nature Park in the East.
Kilpatrick Hills feature a sheltered, wooded glen, rolling hills and rugged moorland. Castlemilk boasts ancient woodland with a waterfall and good path network.
Next door there is Cathkin Braes, which will host the mountain biking during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
Easterhouse has five separate woods including Bishop Loch which is the home of roe deer, vast reed beds and water loving birds while Drumchapel is an ancient oak wood famous for bluebells in the spring.
There are also four brand new woods in the making, including Cuningar, a new riverside woodland park opposite the Commonwealth Games Athletes' Village which is being created out of derelict land.
Old Mine Nature Park, near Bellshill, has a network of walking and cycling paths.
They all provide outdoor spaces for people to visit, enjoy free events and activities, get active, learn, or just walk in the fresh air.
Pictures for the competition can feature any aspect of the woodland or an event happening in them.
Entries must be submitted by summer 2014, but a final date is yet to be confirmed.
The competition is open to budding photographers of all ages.
Thirteen winning photographs will be selected to feature in the 2015 calendar and the overall winning shot will be used as the front cover.
Hugh McNish, Forestry Commission Scotland's health advisor for the central belt, said: "The Commonwealth Woods are right on the doorsteps of many people living in the Glasgow area making it easy to enjoy trees and the outdoors in the city.
"The woods are full of inspiration during all seasons so we are hoping to get a vast array of pictures from now through to summer 2014.
"Whether it's picnics in Easterhouse, waterfalls in Castlemilk or families taking part in an outdoor activity, we want to see how people enjoy their Commonwealth Woods."
For more information,visit www.commonwoods.org.uk/competitions