Once again, Tom Hegen brings us closer to nature. His new aerial photographic series was taken during his travel in Australia. It is a genuine visual pleasure highlighting the shades and textures’ variations when the ocean and the earth meet.
«The Shark Bay peninsula is located at the most westerly point on the Australian continent and expands over an area of about 23,000 square kilometres. UNESCO officially lists it as a World Heritage Site due to its precious marine life. The natural and vibrant elements of earth and sea fuse together to create some of the most captivating landscapes of Australia. Shark Bay was named in 1699 by an English buccaneer William Dampier, due to a large presence of sharks in the surrounding waters», explains the artist.