German photographer Michael Poliza travelled by helicopter to capture the extraordinary landscapes of the Rift Valley in Kenya and Ethiopia from above. These images appear in his books Kenya and Eyes Over Africa
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A new study in the journal Nature provides fresh insight into deep-earth processes driving apart huge sections of the earth's crust. This rifting mostly takes place on seabeds, but can be seen in a few places on land—nowhere more visibly than in the Afar region of northern Ethiopia.
There is nothing like driving through rural Africa. It was something I dreamed about ever since watching the 1980s film “Out of Africa” with Meryl Streep and Robert Redford. Call me a romantic but there is something utterly nostalgic and breathtaking about the countryside. Perhaps even more so in Africa where you take a step...