I’m Don, a bloke with a passion for our beautiful planet and connecting people up to her.
Enjoy my slide show of watery reflections from Kakadu and Kimberley in the north to southeast Oz as a flood passes down the Goulburn River headed toward the iconic Barmah Forest, tannin waters of Gariwerd and lastly Naracoorte's mysterious limestone country.
Don acknowledges the people of the First Nations, on whose unceeded land he lives and works upon and pays respect to elders past, present and emerging.
Don has worked in most Australian states as an outdoor educator, bushwalking guide, and National Parks interpretation ranger and is known to have fallen in love with many landscapes. He is passionate about connecting people to the natural world by facilitating nature observation and the use of storytelling. Australian landscapes are well endowed with stories, along with his own observation he uses stories from numerous sources, at times grounded in academic research while many flow from the cultural landscapes of indigenous and settler Australia.