I love the unique perspective of Botswana in these photographs by Zack Seckler. At first, I was drawn to them purely for their colors, but then quickly recognized the shapes of animals from the aerial perspective. The 30″ x 40″ works of art were shot just 500 feet above land and capture an undisturbed view of the animals in their habitat amid the stark landscape of Botswana. These would look striking simply framed in a group or individually hung.
See the full exhibit, Botswana, at the Robin Rice Gallery.
Photography by ©Zack Seckler