Down Under

Photographer James McCormack not only took pictures of Kangaroo Island and Kakadu National Park in Australia. He also functioned as my private guide on the land Down Under (on the Intervention act or low speed limits); shared all his philosophys big or small (on Japanese hospitality or sunset on the water in Bamurru Plains) and showed me how to dance with crocodiles, buffalos and pandabears. Like to know more on the adventures we lived in the land where kangaroos outnumber people by large (average 20 million:50 million)? Just wait some 6 to 18 months, for publication of two features in National Geographic Traveler NL/BE.