In the same vein as this week’s earlier post of Ruben Brulat‘s tiny people in huge landscapes are Zack Seckler’s tiny animals from above. Previously well-known for his portfolio of humorous, surreal photography, Seckler also makes beautiful aerial photos of wildlife in southern Africa. This perspective isn’t one commonly seen by humans, and it feels different from even other aerial photography, thanks to Seckler’s flying low, between 50 and 500 feet above the savannah. The breathtaking series reminds me of the sky ride at the Kansas City Zoo that I went on last weekend… only this is obviously a bit more glamorous.

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