SPALDING’S youngest wildlife photographer, Olie Horton, will be exhibiting some of his work at RSPB Frampton Marsh, near Boston, over the Christmas period.
Olie (14) attends the Sir John Gleed School, Spalding and has been taking and exhibiting photographs of wildlife for over 3 years. Olie said, “I really enjoy taking pictures of birds and wildlife and regularly visit nature reserves in Lincolnshire and Norfolk”.
As well as spending time outdoors looking for the next perfect image to capture, Olie also volunteers at RSPB Frampton Marsh, helping to run family events.
RSPB Frampton Marsh Visitor and Publicity Officer, Simon Wilson said, “It is a real joy to see such talent and enthusiasm in someone so young”.
Olie’s work will be exhibited in the Visitor Centre, from Saturday until Sunday, January 1, from 10am to 4pm.
The photographs, whic will make lovely Christmas gifts, will be available to buy, with some of the proceeds going to the RSPB.
Entrance to the exhibition and the reserve is free to all.
For further information or to view some of Olie’s prints visit www.oliehortonimages.com.