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Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Stunning views of the wildlife, untouched nature of Botswana, bird's-eye view looking stunning. To remove such species from Brooklyn-based photographer Zack Seckler flew an ultralight aircraft, and with a height of less than 150 meters from the ground and captured dramatic episodes of wildlife in the salt marsh and the Makgadikgadi Pan and the Okavango Delta. Flying above the ground on a midget height, and having the ability to precisely maneuver, the man have a wonderful opportunity to create amazing scenic photography, like huge paintings.  The effect is pure beauty. You can see the series at Robin Rice Gallery in New York until February 23, 2014.

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife


Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

Incredible Aerial View of Botswana Wildlife

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