“A photographer working in one of Western Australia’s most remote communities has captured the stunning change to the desert landscape brought about by summer rain.
Aerial view of the landscape surrounding Warburton, Western Australia.
PHOTO: Shot from a drone over Christmas, these aerial photos highlight the change in the landscape around Warburton over 12 months. (Supplied: JLB Photos, Jody Brown)
While a tropical low over the Pilbara has brought significant rain across Western Australia over the past week, the Ngaanyatjarra Lands and other parts of the northern Goldfields have experienced a particularly wet summer.
Jody Brown has lived in Warburton, 1,000km north-east of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, for around eight years, but said he had never seen the town wetter.
“It’s the greenest I’ve ever seen it, the grass is so long everywhere,” Mr Brown said.
“There are animals and wildlife and all sorts of things everywhere.””
Photos capture stunning changes to Ngaanyatjarra Lands after heavy summer rain.
Please visit source: Heavy rains bring stunning changes to Western Australia’s remote desert landscapes – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)