The gentle waves push towards the mangrove as the huge tides of the Kimberley meet the vibrant red Pindan shoreline. This image represents two views, the first is the top down view as shot. The second is more interpretive; the Pindan dirt represents the earth and forms the 'tree trunk' and the leaves and roots represent its 'branches' reaching towards the blue sky. This multiple, internationally awarded image was captured along the shore of Roebuck bay in Broome, Western Australia.
Gold Award - 2017 AIPP Western Australian Epson Professional Photography Awards.
Silver Distinction Award - 2017 AIPP Australian Professional Photography Awards
1st Place Winner - 2017 International Photography Awards - Nature Aerial Category.
1st Place Winner - 2017 PROIFY Awards - Drone Category
2nd Place Winner - 2017 International Colour Awards - Merit of Excellence in Category - Aerial
2nd Place Winner - 2017 Moscow International Foto Awards - Nature Aerial Category
Top 101 - 2017 International Landscape Photographer of the Year
Nominee - 4th Ed. 2018 Fine Art Photography Awards - Landscape 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