From the post at Blouin Artinfo regarding Zack Seckler’s exhibition “South Africa”:
Through the selection of works on display, Seckler captures stunning aerial views of land, sea and wildlife of South Africa. The artist’s abstract minimalist photographs offer the viewer a unique perspective of some of the planet’s most remote locations. Using the maneuverability of a small plane, Seckler instructed the pilot to fly over locations that which caught his interest. In his images, the photographer deliberately avoided the horizon and often shooting from the plane window at an angle perpendicular to the ground.