Explore Australia's Pilbara By Drone

29/10/2015 8:23 AM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:50 PM AEST
NEW! HIGHLIGHT AND SHARE
Highlight text to share via Facebook and Twitter

Sitting in the very North West of Australia and famous for it's red dirt the Pilbara is rich in resources and not short on space.

So when you think of the Pilbara it's usually mining towns and FIFO workers that come to mind.

You can forget the incredible beauty it offers amongst that harsh and tough world.

But in the Hamersley range and around the Karijini National park, photographer Dan Proud has captured the incredible colour and life of the Pilbara.

Captured on drone, it's further proof that nothing makes you feel quite as insignificant as looking out onto the vast landscapes that Australia offers.

To see more from Dan Proud head over here.

If you have a short film, web series, documentary or any other interesting video stories you would like featured on HuffPost Australia, email emily.verdouw@huffingtonpost.com.au

More On This Topic

Advertisement
Advertisement