Whilst Basil Fawlty was convinced that herds of wildebeest could not be seen sweeping majestically through Torquay, Scottish photographer George Logan has created a series of great photos that show a host of beautiful African animals in the unlikeliest of places.
Rhinos standing at a Highland dry-stone wall? Warthogs congregating on a cobbled street? Giraffes grazing in the shade of windmills? Mongooses at a bus stop? They’re all part of the Translocation project, a collaboration between Logan, the Born Free Foundation, and Hewlett Packard Indigo, which aims to raise funds for the construction of Ensessakotteh, a conservation centre near Addis Ababa in Ethiopia.
The website is great, but I bet that the book looks even better. You should go take a peek.