Derek Binnie, 62, is delighting his followers by colouring old photographs of Scotland and sharing them on Twitter.
The grandfather of two served for 30 years in the Royal Air Force as an Aircraft Weapons Technician. After RAF, he became a Health and Safety Officer until 2018 when he decided to retire.
It was at that point, that he started “mucking around an old iPad” and he realised could create good images for Hibernian football club fans. Then, he decided to try and colourise historical photos with amazing results.
Each photograph can take up to 5 hours to produce. Some of his most popular work includes a girl wearing a “Vote SNP” badge in 1974.
Recently, he was commissioned by Keiss FC to colour some images of the club’s history. To see more of Derek’s work, you can visit his Twitter profile at @binzoboy.