American fine art photographer Zack Seckler shot a series of abstract aerial landscapes of Iceland from a plane built by the pilot himself. As before, heoffers a different, almost magical view of the much-photographed iconic African landscapes we have come to know.
Zack Seckler makes his living as a commercial photographer. From time to time he also shoots fine art photographs. This time Seckler visited Africa. Instead of photographing from ground level, he took his art to the sky in an ultra-light airplane, less than 500 feet from ground, capturing wildlife of the Makgadikgadi Pan and the Okavango Delta.