Robert Irwin shows off his incredible photography skills as he puts his Uluru pictures up for sale – Daily Mail

By Abi Moustafa and Alisha Buaya For Daily Mail Australia
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His talent for photography was recognised at the People’s Choice Awards earlier this year.
And now Robert Irwin, 17, has showcased more of his incredible work on Instagram, with the hopes of selling the pieces for charity.
Robert proudly posed alongside a stunning photo he took of one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, Uluru. 
Two Aussie icons! Robert Irwin is selling off his impressive photography pieces. Posting to his Instagram on Monday, the 17-year-old proudly posed alongside a stunning photo he had taken of one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, Uluru
‘My limited edition run of signed Uluru prints are still available at the link in my bio,’ he began his caption. 
‘Each has its own unique letter of authenticity and all profits go back to wildlife conservation!’ he added.
The teenager’s image has since been liked more than 98,500 times, with many leaving positive words of encouragement on the post.   
In February, Robert won the coveted Wildlife Photographer of The Year People’s Choice Award for his incredible photo of Australia’s bushfires.
Exciting news: Robert won the coveted Wildlife Photographer of The Year People’s Choice Award for his incredible photo of Australia’s bushfires in February  
At the time, he shared the exciting news with fans on social media and noted that his image was a reminder of the human impact on the nature. 
His photograph showed the stark contrast between charred trees and an unsullied green forest, divided by a line of fire down the centre. 
He wrote: ‘I am incredibly excited to officially announce I have won the Wildlife Photographer of The Year People’s Choice Award. 
‘For me, nature photography is about telling a story to make a difference for the environment and our planet. 
Incredible: His photograph showed the stark contrast between charred trees and an unsullied green forest, divided by a line of fire down the centre
‘I feel it is particularly special for this image to be awarded, not only as a huge personal honour but also as a reminder of our effect on the natural world and our responsibility to care for it,’ he added. 
Robert went on to thank those who voted, as well as fellow photographers who were shortlisted and finalised in the competition.
He added: ‘I feel so humbled to win this award among some of the greatest nature photographers in the world.’
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