the twists and turns of the lifeline of south-eastern Australia
by Anne Jensen
The mighty Murray River meanders for more than 2,300 km through south-eastern Australia and represents a lifeline for all the communities which depend on its precious waters. Its moments of tranquility and beauty belie its turbulent history as upstream and downstream communities battle over a share in this vital resource, too precious to lose.
Ecologist Dr Anne Jensen combines her professional interest in wetlands and rivers with her personal interest in photography and history while visiting many interesting places. Her husband’s interest in clay target shooting takes them to international destinations off the beaten tourist track, and Anne explores and photographs the local natural and historical sites. Her books share her journeys of exploration and discovery, with evocative photographs which highlight the beauty of places visited, with a special interest in local wetland sites.
Danish Summer Delights 2014 Published August 31, 2014
The Secrets of Black Box (A4 landscape) Published December 11, 2013
A First Taste of Prague Published November 21, 2013
No Rain in Spain Published November 21, 2013
Pictures of Paris Published November 21, 2013
Gently Down the Stream Published November 21, 2013
A Poetic View Published December 30, 2012
Moments of Serenity Published November 25, 2012