The untouched Africa
For three months, the British photographer Luke Massey crossed the Luangwa National Park South, in the company of leopards, elephants and pangolins – one of the rarest animals in the world, and in serious risk of extinction.
Back in Europe, the young man was faced with the most varied images of these animals with so little in common, but for whom fell in love.
The highest density of African leopards can be found precisely in this area, so it was not difficult to get Luke to capture the best angles of this animal. For its part, the elephants, many of them still young children just wanted to play and socialize, approaching close enough to the lens.