An aerial view of Nabiyotum Crater in Lake Turkana - the world's largest desert lake and the world's largest alkaline lake - in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya. Photographer Martin Harvey said: "These photographs were taken while accompanying clients on exclusive helicopter safaris in Namibia, Botswana and Kenya. I take top business people and entrepreneurs.
Picture: Martin Harvey / Barcroft Media
"Seeing the wilderness of Africa from above is a unique experience, and viewing large numbers of animals from above is awe inspiring," says Martin. "It's an incredible experience and gives one a completely different perspective than one gets from the ground. Taking pictures from the air is also great fun. An aerial view of red lechwe antelope running on floodplains in the Okavango Delta, Botswana Picture: Martin Harvey / Barcroft Media
"These helicopter safaris are always done with well-maintained helicopters and very experienced pilots. It's probably much more dangerous driving on Africa's roads." Aerial view of camels being watered in the Chalbi Desert, Kenya Picture: Martin Harvey / Barcroft Media