Sharing wild Australian landscapes for a cause – BBC News

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    Ben Stamatovich’s takes stunning landscape photographs of Australia using a drone.

    He drives a road train truck across the country every week, and uses his drone to showcase the beauty of the hidden areas.

    Now he has a global following and uses his photography to support causes close to his heart.

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