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Ross Hoddinott

Ross Hoddinott is one of the UK's leading natural history and landscape photographers. He is the author of eight photography books and a multi award winner. Ross has been working as a full time professional since 1997, supplying imagery and undertaking commissions for a wide range of publications and clients Worldwide. Based in the South West of England, Ross is best known for his intimate close-up images of nature, and for evocative landscape photographs.

He was a member of 2020VISION - the UK's most ambitious multi-media conservation project - and is an Ambassador for both Nikon UK and Manfrotto. Ross has had a passion for wildlife and conservation since childhood. He is therefore thrilled to be documenting the positive work of the National Trust by taking photographs for National Trust Images.

A selection of Ross' photos

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Dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) at Hembury Wood, Dartmoor, Devon.

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The granite outcrops of Rough Tor, Bodmin Moor, North Cornwall.

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Apple blossom in April, in the fruit orchard at Cotehele, Cornwall.

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Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Boloria selene) butterfly at Marsland Mouth, Devon, a Devon Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve.

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Early bumblebee (Bombus pratorum) in flight at Trelissick Garden, Cornwall, in June.

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National Trust Orchard Officer, Chris Groves, harvests mistletoe (Viscum album) at Cotehele, Cornwall in December.

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Bedruthan Steps and flowering Sea thrift (Armeria maritima) at evening light, nr Newquay, Cornwall, UK.

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Ancient and veteran trees in spring at Whiddon Deer Park, Dartmoor, Devon.

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Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Boloria selene) butterflies at Marsland Mouth, Devon, a Devon Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve.

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Conservation grazing at Pencarrow Head, near Polruan, Cornwall.