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In this gallery made up of images from his new book All Animal Beings, esteemed animal photographer Ken Drake explores the animals we know and love through his lense.
Ken Drake and wife Beck established Zoo Studio in 2006, specialising in animal art photography. Ken’s understanding of animal manners, body language and knowing how to bring out the best in his furry subjects, is what sets Zoo Studios apart.
While his admirers have recognised his artistic genius for centuries, a new online exhibition, the very first of its kind, has collated 300 of Ferdinand Bauer’s artworks — from initial sketch to finished product.
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A curious Mareeba rock-wallaby inches closer to the camera.
Winter blankets the landscape in a dusting of snow on Mount Wellington, Tasmania.
Ominous storm clouds blacken the sky over Barwon Heads, Victoria.
A fallen log becomes home to sprouting Mycena mushrooms.
A large adult coastal carpet python slithers off the road and out of danger.
A lemon bellied flycatcher poses for his portrait in Fogg Dam, Northern Territory.
The red lichen-covered rocks of Bicheno, Tasmania greet the dawn.
A crested bicycle dragon stops running just long enough to have its portrait taken.
An overcast day offers the perfect conditions to capture Rainbow Falls in Blackdown Tableland National Park, Queensland.
A solitary tawny frogmouth hides among the foliage.
The morning light reflects off a tidal pool in Bermagui, New South Wales.
A Lesueur’s tree frog takes refuge in a palm frond.