Botswana Abstractions


Aerial photography has the ability to provide new perspectives of the earth which is why people find them so hypnotising. New York based photographer Zack Seckler‘s series ‘Aerial Abstractions’¬†are still of quite a close distance in comparison to other forms of aerial photography. Taken from a low flying plane, Seckler took the images so that the detail of Africa’s wild and rugged landscape is still apparent. The textures of the landscapes and animals are like ready-made canvas’ framed by Seckler’s lens.

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Author: K