This is the site of a potential tidal power station. The red staining in the middle ground is an access road created to ascertain the tidal flows.
Aerial Images of the Buccaneer Archipelago, Kimberley, Western Australia
The tides only cover the marsh flats this far up the Sound only on Spring tides so the salt dries top a brilliant white.
The creeks with the "blue" water are those that have a rock bar at the mouth, and contain water at low tide.
This drainage system clears a very large flooded wetland adjacent to Parry's Lagoon near the Ord River mouth.
The creeks, because of the shadowing sometime seem to stand "proud," because of an optical illusion.
Might do a big abstract canvas of this one.
The Long Way Round
Fancy a swim on the wild side. Tidal crocodile infested rivers near Wyndham in Western Australia.
Aerial Photographs of the amazing tidal marshes near Derby in Western Australia where there is a twice daily 10 meter rise and fall in the tide. The marshes on the ground are most unattractive and hot and the creeks are infested with salt water crocodiles
Outlier Beehives - Purnululu World Heritage Listed National Park
The colours and shapes of the Bungle Bungles are best viewed from the air.
Lake Argyle is Filling
It's getting and greener and greener as the Lake Argyle fills.
Tidal Creeks near Derby in Western Australia.
Mini Palms Gorge
The amazing wetlands in Cambridge Gulf near Wyndham in Western Australia
Normally viewed from below as one enters the chasm an aerial view provides a different and very interesting contrast.
The Amphitheatre, Bungle Bungles.
Are you going to Walk into the Amphitheatre in Cathedral Gorge in the Bungle Bungles and sing this year? This is why the acoustics are so incredible.
Walcott Inlet, Kimberley, Western Australia
During the 2015 photo shoot of 40 days in the Wilderness at Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge in May I was able to get into Walcott Inlet with the Helicopter.
Some amazing wildlife here in this very remote and hostile area accessible only by boat or helicopter.
Parry Lagoon - Near Wyndham in the North East Kimberley
No wonder the birds love it here!