Drone Footage Captures Horizontal Waterfall In Australia
Stunning drone footage has captured a hidden Australian wonder known as the HORIZONTAL waterfalls. Located on the coast of the Kimberly region in Western Australia, the massive area – which encompasses 50 square kilometers and over 800 Islands – is named Buccaneer Archipelago. They are formed from a break in-between the McLarty Ranges reaching up to 25m in width, as seawater successively builds up faster on one side and is forced through the chasms in the red rock. But that isn’t the only amazing sight at the parallel ranges - as with each change of the tide, the direction of the natural phenomenon reverses. Rider Tybias Smith, 26, from Mildura in Victoria, Australia, captured the stunning footage of the turquoise waters in September 2017.