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Veronica Rentoul has been a photographer for over 30 years. Specialising in military aviation until the mid 1990s, she was a contributor to magazines that include Scale Models, Airfix Magazine, Aircraft Illustrated, Air International, Air Pictorial, AirFrame, Carnets de Vol, Histories Vraies de Aviation, Flugzeug, and Jet and Prop contributing articles and/or images (and was also a regular interviewer and writer for The Official Xena Magazine!) Co-authored military aviation-related photobooks, include Tornado, On Eagles Wings - The 75th anniversary of the RAF and Gulf War - British Air Arms.

In recent years she has developed her photography to include wildlife, which has now become her main interest. Veronica is not only passionate about photographing wildlife, but also takes a keen interest in welfare and conservation.
"Animal species must be conserved for future generations - we have a legacy to pass on. For example it's terrible to think that the true pure-blood Scottish Wildcat is likely to be extinct outside of captivity in about 10 years and the Red Squirrel may ultimately only survive in the wild on coastal islands. Foxes and Badgers have been given a very bad reputation - unjustifiably in my view. I find all animals fascinating. Quite rightly, we are made aware of the species that are endangered world-wide, but we also have to look to our own wildlife as well. They all have their place in the world ecology and should not be overlooked. So conservation of and education about all the UK's indigenous and native species are so important".

Veronica’s current business is the production of high quality 8 x 10 mounted photographic prints and wildlife photographic greetings cards.

Veronica also gives talks on photography and British wildlife!