There is an exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, Federation Square, by an English artist, John Wolseley. The exhibition is entitled " Heartlands and Headwaters."
John Wolseley came to Australia in 1976 and now lives in Victoria. He has spent the last four years exploring swamps and waterways from the Northern Territory to the sphagnum bogs of Tasmania. His work is an epiphany to the wild places of Australia and a testament to the influence that the Australian landscape exerts on the character of its inhabitants.
I visited the exhibition and found it inspirational.
These images are from a little known park here in Warrandyte, my own heartland and which I soon must reluctantly leave. I hope to explore further afield in the not too distant future.