Sometimes it would spice things up a bit to see an elephant strolling down of a motorway, or a vulture squatting outside the pub. At least, that's the premise wildlife photographer George Logan relies upon for his latest book, "Translocation".
Filled with high-colour photographs of animals better suited to the Serengeti than Slough, Logan's award-winning images feature lions on church door steps and warthogs down village lanes. Despite a somewhat unnerving closeness to reality, the photographs are in fact composite shots featuring images snapped in both Blighty and some of Africa's most dramatic landscapes.
All proceeds from Logan's new book "Translation" out now, go towards the Born Free Foundation. The book comes in at £30 and can be ordered from www.translocationbook.com