Two fluffy lambs playing Twister: Kieran Dodds’ best phone picture
The Scottish photographer was looking for puffins when he spotted ‘a strange ritual by the sea’
In 2015, Kieran Dodds was visiting Fair Isle, the small island between Shetland and Orkney, for a work assignment. The photographer, who has a background in zoology, was there to document the relationship between nature and human industry. The island is a mecca for birdwatchers.
“I had wanted to go since I was a kid. You get a lot of migrant birds from across the world, rare and unusual ones, and in summer you get seabird cities: mass gatherings on the cliffs.”