There is a feeling of wonder that comes when your jeep turns the corner and you are confronted by a herd of rhinos, wildebeest, elephants or some other wildlife in an African game park. There is this sense that they belong here, and you are a guest in something that has a much longer legacy than any man-made enterprise.
This series presents images from South Africa shot in early 2018. It starts in the beach resort of Umhlanga and in the city of Durban. In the former, fancy restaurants have exotic meats on their menu, while in the later, traders sell skins and potions made from the wild animals.
The wildlife images were shot in the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Park, which is the oldest wildlife reserve in Africa. The Park has 96,000 hectares of wilderness, rolling hills and magnificent wildlife.
Pop-art images are also included to suggest that these magnificent creatures could become icons of a bygone age if we are not careful.
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