“Shark Bay”, Remy’s latest series showcases the stunningly beautiful kaleidoscope of colour and diversity of the Western Australian coastline. The aerial perspective of UNESCO World Heritage listed Shark Bay is captured from a Cessna 182 with the doors taken off allowing Remy to lean out of the plane and photograph a true birds eye view of Australia’s most western point spanning over 5.4 million acres. The landscape of Shark Bay is all the more striking when seen from the air, especially when flying at 5000 feet. From the pristine expanses of coastline, to the groups of tranquil turquoise lagoons contrasted with the deep red sands we are reminded of how breathtaking the landscape of Western Australia really is.
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