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The awesome designs of nature in the sands of Cape Leveque in WA's stunning northwest.
Family and seagulls at Mordialloc Beach.
Bird eyes view.
Looking down towards Lake Alexandria from Mt John NZ South Island.
It's been a favorite beach of mine since I was kid getting pushed into waves by the old man, to the days of after work surfs and beers down on the sand.
Off to Montreal tomorrow and looking forward to some cold weather! Aerials of some snowy mountains coming your way soon, until then here's one of my favourites from the Hutt Lagoon.
One of the beautiful turquoise lagoons spotted while flying overs Shark Bay.
The wheat harvest is particularly late this year due to all the weather. The flip side is that all this rain has made some fantastic looking crops that should yield well if they can dodge the storms.
Indecision. Camel tracks. 1685ft. Feral Camels are huge issue and are well established in Central Australia. In addition to economic and social impacts, they cause significant damage to native vegetation and wetlands and compete with native animals for food.
My neighborhood — Bondi Beach.
Not a drop of water in sight — the textures and colours of the dry salt Lake Amadeus in the middle of the Red Center of Australia.
One of my favourite aerials from that time I went to Mars (Namibia).
Born out of lingering childhood curiosity, Girt by Sea is the result of a unique, aerial photography adventure by two Australian photographers.
Discover the striking beauty of the Great Barrier Reef through the lens of aerial photographer Josh Smith.
Peter Franc discusses how he captures stunning aerial photographs of evaporative ponds in Western Australia's Shark Bay World Heritage Area.
From Cape York to Bruny Island; Sydney Cove to Shark Bay—we're bringing you top-notch Australian imagery in this breath-taking aerial photography series.
Aquabumps founder and Canon Master Eugene Tan reveals his life and business as a photographer capturing Australia's oceans and beach culture.
The spirit of curiosity and exploration drove two photographers on an epic Australian adventure. The result is a truly unique collection that is yours to own.
Chris is a pretty tall fellow, so he's used to having a spectacular view of his surroundings. But, his daily view—sitting at a height of nearly two metres—doesn't compare to what he saw from a chopper last year during Vivid Sydney.