A teenage transport enthusiast from Rosyth has been praised for his photography exhibition which attracted local residents and politicians.

Blair Cameron, 16, planned and organised a display of photographs he's collected over the years as part of a course run in Camdean Community Centre by Fife Council.

Corinne McGinley, community education worker, explained: "Blair has been taking pictures of haulage, emergency vehicles and different means of transport since the age of three. He is a massive fan of Stobart and Malcolm lorries as well as emergency vehicles and has an amazing knowledge of the haulage industry. He can be regularly seen taking photos in the Rosyth area.

"The support shown for Blair's exhibition by his other participants on the course and the community has been fantastic."

As part of the Gold Youth Achievement qualification, Blair organised three viewings, two in Camdean community centre and one at Rosyth Parish Church.

More than 100 people came through the doors to show their support, including MP Douglas Chapman, Fife Provost Jim Leishman and MSP Alex Rowley.

Staff from Tesco in Rosyth also went along and offered Blair a trip to Livingston depot, where Stobart vehicles deliver Tesco products.

Mr Chapman said: "It was a real pleasure to meet the group from Camdean when they visited Westminster recently.

"I already had Blair's photographic exhibition in my diary when he visited with the group, but had no idea about the quality of his work.

"He's got a real eye for a picture and I hope he can find a way to use his talent in the future."