As weekend plans heat up, I leave you with remarkable photographs courtesy of Wired from Zack Seckler's Botswana series. Zack's collection of bird's-eye photographs are thanks to an ultra-light aircraft, offering him breathtaking views of the country from 50 to 500 feet vertical from the African savannah. A majority of his photographs depict striking views of the Makgadikgadi Pans, one of the world's largest salt flats. Very few animals live here - the salt flat primarily serves as the home to a thin but abundent layer of blue-green algae.
Be sure to view more photographs from his collection here.