Photographer Zack Seckler‘s latest series took him 2,000 miles through South Africa, each piece shot from the passenger seat of a two-seater sport plane. The works feature animal tracks and shadows as compositional elements, capturing herds of flamingos, gemsbok, and even a solo turtle resting in the dazzling blue water.
“From elevations between 50 and 500 feet, the landscape hovers on the line between things looking very real and recognizable and being more abstract,” said Seckler. “That’s what really draws me in—the line between reality and abstraction.”
Seckler’s aerial photographs will be exhibited in a solo show of his work titled Zack Seckler: South Africa at ClampArt in New York City opening April 13.
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Fantastic aerial photos.
The burgundy photo looks like a woman’s neck. Beautiful photos. : )
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Enjoy your Sunday and take time to appreciate these aerial photos that ALK3R shared.
Really, “hovers on the line between things looking very real and recognizable and being more abstract!”
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Stunning aerial photographs of South Africa. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com