Dundee University fine art student Jakub Stepanovic fought through mud and darkness to take this remarkable photograph from the River Tay.
The shot, which depicts the rail bridge silhouetted at night, was taken from the riverbed at low tide.
Jakub said he has climbed on to the riverbed before but this was his first time there at night.
“Sometimes I find myself going for walks with my camera to unwind after a long day of studying or work,” he said.
“Looking for interesting angles helps me destress, so when I found the Tay at low tide I had this composition in mind instantly.”
The final-year student at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design previously worked full-time as a photojournalist.
He said that spending years taking photographs for magazines and newspapers in various outdoor settings, sometimes in dangerous conditions, was crucial in determining how to stay safe.
He added: “The Tay can be treacherous at times, so it’s important to exercise caution and having appropriate shoes before entering the river.”
Jakub intends to finish his degree and plans to continue studies for a masters degree in fine art.