Most of the little black 'dots' in this image are actually crabs feeding on the massive food 'bowl' that is Roebuck bay. Well of course there is a sprouting mangrove in this shot too and if you look really close you can see feeding birds in the distance. This area is very significant ecologically, but also culturally for the Yawuru people. Roebuck bay in Broome, Western Australia.
Silver Award - 2018 AIPP Western Australian Epson Professional Photography Awards.
Aerials of the outgoing tide. Amongst the amazing colours and awesome patterns, there is often some birdlife.View full product details
Afternoon sun falls across the Coolibah tree (Little Ghost Gum) that stands solitary against the back drop of the distant range. This tree is found just...View full product details
The Pink salt lake at Hutt Lagoon looking more like a 'Neapolitan' ice cream! The algae that lives in the lake thrives in the high salt...View full product details
MAT BEETSON APP - 2019 AIPP WESTERN AUSTRALIAN NATURE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR