An Aerial shot along the Kimberley coast, the tides in the region are some of the biggest in the world and leave a remarkable impact on the ground once it recedes. The patterns it leaves behind can be stunning and sometimes Mother Nature is leaving her own art behind.
Captured at approximately 1500ft from Helicopter.
Winner - 2020 Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year - Landscape
Top 101 - 2019 International Landscape Photographer of the Year
Finalist - 2021 Silver Lining Awards - Natural World
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Mat Beetson - 2019 AIPP Western Australian Professional Nature Photographer of the Year!