"I was on a private game drive right in the heart of Africa’s most famous national park. Stretching across a mind-boggling 14,760 square kilometers, it’s no wonder that local Maasai tribes named this golden savannah ‘Serengeti’—the name translates to ‘endless plains’ in Swahili. The biggest draw to this part of northern Tanzania is the wildebeest migration which happens every spring and autumn. To fully appreciate these flat plains, I knew I needed to head up high." - Lola Akinmade Åkerström


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Archival pigment print

Image size: 43.5 x 70 cm Paper size: 61 x 82 cm

Paper: Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 500gr

Edition of 50, signed and numbered