'The world heritage listed site of Shark Bay in WA provided the most vivid, mind-bending colours and textures that I have had the pleasure to point my camera at in my 20 years as a photographer.
It’s such a unique environment where the red cliffs kiss up against the calm, turquoise waters, while the sand, sea and dirt gets constantly shaped by the Wild West Oz winds. It provides some breath taking scenes especially if you are up 3000 feet in the sky.' - @stimages
EOS 5D Mark III with a EF 17-40mm f/4L USM Lens
ISO 400 | f/6.3 | 1/400"