A PHOTOGRAPH of a red deer stag has won Gordonstoun pupil Olivia Barnett first prize in a national competition.
Her photograph had already won the local and district stages of the contest, which was organized by the Rotary Club of Great Britain & Ireland.
Olivia, who is in her final year at the Moray school, was 17 when she took the picture.
She said: “I just adore nature photography.
“My family and I were on a road trip when I took this photograph of the stag.
“We were driving towards Applecross when we saw the stag lying on the ground surrounded by stunning scenery.
“Once we had parked, I got out and started taking photos.”
Olivia added: “I had never studied photography before attending Gordonstoun in Year 12 and now, in September, I will be studying marine photography and natural history at university.
“I have learned so much from all my teachers, including Mrs Wendi Van-Hoof, my incredible photography teacher, who has taught me so much over the [past] two years.
“I feel so lucky to have found something that I am so passionate about.”
Read more stories from Scotland’s schools on Scottish Field‘s education pages.
Plus, don’t miss photographer Kimberley Grant’s stunning adventure photos in the July issue of Scottish Field magazine.
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