Much of Western Australia is a dry, barren desert, but if you travel through the south west of Australia, you’ll be mesmerised by the density of the forest and untarnished wilderness that occupies this corner of the world. If driving for hours surrounded by tall, giant trees is not an experience of intimidating beauty for you, then try walking 40 metres above the forest floor. Here, the trees watch you. They have been around for long before you were born and will go on, indifferent to your presence, long after you are gone.
Photos by Arnold Hozana