One of my favourite areas to explore are the creeks at low tide. As the tide recedes, water is left behind on the sandbanks and takes a little longer to drain from the higher ground. When looking from the air by chopper or drone, you can find some amazing patterns.
Honourable Mention - 2017 International Photography Awards - Nature : Aerial Category.
The Pelican waits patiently for a school of bait fish to drift past, hoping for an easy meal. Silver Award - 2018 AIPP Western Australian...View full product details
The gentle waves push towards the mangrove as the huge tides of the Kimberley meet the vibrant red Pindan shoreline. I get asked a lot...View full product details
Water draining out of a Kimberley creek system, Mother nature is the real artist here! These patterns, made from the tidal water constantly moving over...View full product details
MAT BEETSON APP - 2019 AIPP WESTERN AUSTRALIAN NATURE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR