"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
"Dust in the Air" Limited Print Run of 90
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Amboseli National Park

On any given day in Ambosli National Park, dozens of dust devils twist above the savanna. Most of the park is dry and arid. But in the middle is watery oasis that draws in thousands of animals.

"Dust in the Air" was taken from an open roof safari vehicle as we looked over the oasis in the middle of the park. A small group of zebras sloshed across Lake Kioko to graze on the dense greenery crowding the edge of the water.

Bring the unique landscape of Amboseli National Park, Kenya, into your home. With this zebra art, you’ll be able to enjoy this rare moment every day.

These zebra images were part of an 8 day safari through the southern region of Kenya. The goal was to see the rich tapestry of African wildlife for myself (and maybe get some wildlife photography along the way!) Thousands of songbirds and flamingos called to each other across the water. Elephants trumpeted in the distance. The air constantly moved across the landscape, from dry to humid, from cool to hot.