Each year as winter sets in the Main Range of Kosciuszko National Park is transformed. The snow that falls here can take up to six months to melt, providing a constant supply of some of the purest water in the country to the surrounding regions. The natural cycle of the land is ever apparent here, offering the bounty that so much depends on for survival. In the good years rivers for many hundreds of kilometers benefit from the supply of water.
This is an environment that allows us to understand that we are not always in control, that bigger forces are at work.