In Australia, the landscapes photographed are always a feast for the eyes. German photographer Tom Hegen offers us breathtaking aerial photos. He takes us to Western Australia to discover the salt lakes.

Its water bodies actually follow in the footsteps of ancient river systems. The region has been shaped by climate and geological phenomena for millions of years. As precipitation decreased, the rivers gradually filled with sediments and minerals. The wind then sculpted the shape of the lakes, which are free from the presence of water most of the year. When the precipitation is abundant enough, the river circuit resumes its role.

The aerial images of the photographer seem to transport us to another planet. The shapes and colors shaped by nature take shape before our eyes, offering us a unique journey to contemplate without moderation.