When he was growing up near Glasgow, photographer George Logan used to tell fibs to his classmates, claiming he’d been raised on an African farm surrounded by exotic beasts. In his new book Translocation Logan was able to bring those fantasies to life by populating the rural Scottish landscapes near where he grew up with lions, flamingos and gorillas.

The book, which has been printed by Hewlett Packard Indigo free of charge to maximise funds for Born Free, stretches the limits of wildlife photography and brings a touch of humour to an already awe-inspiring genre.

Translocation will be available for £30 from 22 July at


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