by Angela Sofo in New Photography on Friday 17 May 2013

Translocation, a book by multi-award winning photographer George Logan, is a collection of wonderful pictures. This work seems to have a funny appearance but the real meaning of this project is to let people know how important it is to eliminate suffering and preserve wildlife in its free and wild state. To complete Translocation, Logan had the opportunity to travel across the world – Botswana, Namibia, Tanzania, Kenya and South Africa – photographing wild animals in their natural habitats, discovering new places, and meeting amazing creatures. The Afro-Scottish photographer makes us reflect on the repercussions of human action on the natural environment and on the animal’s lives themselves.