From Paula Erizanu’s article for CNN Travel:
Photographer Zack Seckler isn’t attracted to cityscapes. “What really is fulfilling to me to look at is natural landscapes. It’s kind of like a painter chooses to paint with certain kinds of colors.”
Seckler set off to shoot aerial pictures of South Africa’s enormous natural diversity in 2016. In one tiny plane together with a local pilot, Seckler covered 2,000 miles in 45 hours of flying over the course of one week.
Browse the exhibition “South Africa” at ClampArt
Browse the series “South Africa” at ClampArt
Browse all of Zack Seckler’s work at ClampArt