01 January 2014 10:15 | By MSN Lifestyle editors, MSN Travel
God's footprint: Stunning aerial photos of Australia

Otherworldly photos of Australia



Australia photos taken from above (© Paul Williams/REX/ironammonite.com)
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"Desert Footprint," Wheat Belt, Western Australian, somewhere between Broome and Perth

While flying around Australia, Paul Williams took jaw-dropping images of the landscape that unfurled below him. His impressive series of pictures captures a rare view of Australia only seen from thousands of feet in the air. The 34-year-old Brit is a producer/director at the BBC Natural History Unit so is used to traversing the globe in search of impressive natural wonders. But his in-transit images make for a remarkable gallery of an untamed continent.



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