Danny Beath (1960-2013) was an award-winning British landscape and wildlife photographer and botanist. His most famous photos were photos of Scottish, Welsh and Shropshire flora and fauna, in particular butterflies and fungi. Danny also earned a PhD in Tropical ecology from the University of Aberdeen in 1993. He was diagnosed with autism at the age of four and was lucky because he had a very supportive family who helped him flourish and achieve his goals. He later became an advocate for autism. He died of a heart attack at 52. On the very day of his funeral he was announced as the winner of the Travel Photo of the Year competition. Read more about this remarkable man on his Wikipedia page and enjoy his photographs here.