From Singapore Airline’s travel magazine SilverKris:

Flying above the African landscape in an ultra light aircraft allowed the American lensman to capture subtle aesthetic moments within the scenery, resulting in images that are simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar. The Brooklyn-based photographer compared his low but manoeuvrable vantage point—less than 500 feet above ground—to “gliding over an enormous painting”, giving him the ability “to create brushstrokes at will.”

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