There is still time to see the Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes photography exhibition at Louth Museum and will remain open there until Saturday, October 4.
The exhibition can be viewed from Wednesday to Saturday, from 10am until 4pm.
The grazing project held a photography competition with over 150 entries submitted and wide selection of these photographs are available to view at the exhibition.
Entrants were asked to capture how they interpret the area which included their favourite places and hidden spaces from the grazing marshes.
The exhibition will showcase the best entries that celebrate the area as a place to live, visit and work.
The competition’s categories were; working life, the grazing marshes in all weathers, hidden heritage and wildlife.
The Lincolnshire Coastal Grazing Marshes project aims to Discover, Explore and Celebrate our local landscape.
The photographs also show all of the prize winners from each category.
Pictured is Emma Crust’s image of a Lincoln Red Calf.