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.