Open spaces of Western Australia: A bird’s eye view

west pilbara bird's eye view

There is something incredible seeing our world from the skies. The entire perspective of a place changes, and an opportunity to do that is nothing sort of awesome. Sometimes, I wish I were a bird, so I could fly far and wide, and see everything from the sky. Aerial Photographer Dan Proud, from Queensland, Australia captures some of the open spaces of Western Australia using a drone and in his own words “I love this part of the country, and having the opportunity to film from the sky is nothing short of awesome.” In his video “Hamersley”, Dan compiles nearly 6 hours of footage of Hamersley Range and Karijini National Park areas, the scenery around Pannawonica, Milstream-Chichester and Tom Price into 4 minutes. The end result is a piece of work that is beautiful and lively. Take a look!

“Having the opportunity to film from the sky is nothing short of awesome!”

Check out some lively and stunning shots of Antarctica, or the Northern Lights of Alaska, or the epic landscapes of Greenland and Iceland!

Source: vimeo.com, danproud.com.au

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