People say the apple doesn’t fall far from the apple tree. And the Irwin family is certainly proof of that saying.
Remember Steve Irwin? The Australian zookeeper, also known as the Crocodile Hunter, who dedicated his life to exploring the wilderness and helped with the conservation and protection of many animals?
Well, his son Robert Irwin certainly inherited the best side of his genes. Why? Well, this 15-year-old boy is an award-winning photographer and a real nature enthusiast. He has a truly sharp eye for aesthetics and a genuine love for the animal world, just like his father.
Robert has already been a part of a few conservation initiatives alongside his family where they worked hard to spread the message of conservation. But another thing that Robert takes interest in is photography.
According to his website, Robert has always been fascinated with the natural world. That, as well as his parent’s genes, were his inspiration to keep thriving in this field. As a result of his hard work and passion, Robert’s photographs have been featured in many photography galleries around Australia and worldwide.
And the photographs that he has taken will definitely blow your mind.
He is also the leading photography contributor to the Australia Zoo Crikey magazine. Moreover, he has also judged the National Geographic Kids Photo Contest and been recognized in many photography competitions.
Way to go Robert! As a passionate nature lover, myself, I am genuinely speechless. All I have to say is… Keep scrolling down, because the photographs that you are about to see are absolutely breathtaking!
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