Aerial Abstracts Landscapes by Zack Seckler

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American fine art photographer Zack Seckler shot a series of abstract aerial landscapes from a two-seater ultralight aircraft.

“Within the first few minutes of being up there, I was just completely blown away,” he says. “Being in that airspace, you’re really seeing the world from a perspective that only birds see. Obviously no human on the ground can see that, and the big jumbo jets up above don’t fly that low. So it’s kind of this hidden airspace to the human eye, and it just immediately struck me as a really powerful visual.”

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One Response to Aerial Abstracts Landscapes by Zack Seckler

  1. greg says:

    Wow! Beautiful photography! Love the unique perspective, colors and compositions too…

    Like

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