Sometimes, we need a change of perspective to understand some of the mysteries hidden in the landscapes of Africa. The history of Africa is apparent in her ancient and wrinkled visage; only from the air can our view encompass this breath-taking tapestry in all its grandeur.
Rugged fault lines, water-eroded canyons, salt-crusted lakeshores, meandering rivers, streams, and seasonal watercourses all mark the landscape like veins, carrying the land’s lifeblood. Game trails crisscross the open spaces like a delicate web laid over the ground. Only from these heights can we see the earth as it is, a singular living form.