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‘Translocation’ by photographer George Logan

August 3, 2010

George Logan was born near Glasgow, it is perhaps this affinity with the Scottish highlands

that prompted George to include them in his latest photographic book ‘Translocations’.

It features wild animals, photographed on location in South Africa over 10 separate visits

that have become morphed into new environments a little closer to home, i.e. Scotland.

Beautifully photographed, each image is crystal clear and makes the viewer, look again

at the animal within the frame, like perhaps it is the viewer who doesn’t belong,

or who has seen something quite rare and unique, once taken out of its natural habitat.

After doing personal and commercial work for over 20 years and gaining immense

UK and International acclaim, Logan has produced a book of this present personal work

called simply Translocation, find out more here.

Logan is involved with another campaign for the Born Free Foundation using his incredible images

they hope to highlight the plight of thousands of endangered animals forced out of their homes

by human activities such as deforestation, war, climate-change and unrestrained agriculture.

The photographs featured on billboards and bus stops earlier this year.

All images by George Logan.

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