Zack Seckler studied psychology at Syracuse University in New York State before embarking on a solitary journey to northern India. It was during this journey that he became passionate about photography and on his return he joined the prestigious Newhouse School, from which he graduated in 2003. “Botswana” consists of a series of photographs aerial shots taken in the Kalahari Basin, which covers several southern African countries, including Namibia and South Africa. Main river of this immense region, the Okavango and the delta to which it gives rise shelter a unique biodiversity in the world. Zack Seckler’s work offers an entirely different and almost magical take on this iconic landscape, so often photographed. To make these images, the American called on the services of an expert pilot who allowed him to fly aboard a small ultralight plane at altitudes below 500 feet.