Photographer Zack Seckler flying in an ultra-light just a few hundred feet off the ground takes these awesome photos of the wildlife for his series Botswana.
He explains: "it was like gliding over an enormous painting and being able to create brushstrokes at will. Flying 100 feet over herds of wild animals in a plane with no windows was an unforgettable experience. I was privy to views and perspectives that very few get to see. As a photographer, I was humbled. I’m always thinking about new ways to view the world. This series quite literally changed my view, showing me that simple changes can create profound results."
Al Jazeera English just premiered the first episode of their new show, “The New African Photography.” Aiming to replace the images of famine and war with images that show an emerging 21st Century Africa, the show is told through the eyes of photographers.
Getting to a place with clear, dark skies can pay off with some of the richest, most nuanced views of the starfields. Namibia, apparently, is one of those places.
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I am a bit chagrined to admit I had no idea what Nairobi looked like. This vibrant timelapse gives me an idea. Really want to see it for myself now.
Kuduro is a music, dance and fashion culture emerging from an Angolan sub-culture.
Os Kuduristas is a global program launching in Paris, Amsterdam and Stockholm this September 2012 to promote and raise awareness of Kuduro.