As farmers across the wheatbelt are hoping for more rain to get the crops they've seeded germinating right, a drone video from the heart of this wheat growing country reveals a new perspective of daily life.
Shot by Josh Carr from Drone and Carr with the help of a few friends, the three-minute clip travels across the Shire of Muckinbudin, where massive granite rock outcrops split the wheat paddocks under a colossal sky.
"Home to around 300 people, the shire contains numerous hidden gems that many overlook," Mr Carr said.
"All footage was filmed over the course of one day. At all times there were three spotters involved in the drone videography process - the large zoom out shots were performed by connecting two controllers."
Starting at sunrise, the drone flies over an eerie landscape, over a giant rock, through trees shrouded in mist, then to the CBH terminus, and a football oval before getting down at near ground level as a tractor drags a huge seeding trailer across a paddock.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9P9gzxm218 – Direct link to Youtube video.