Pictured here is Romulus Whitaker of Madras Crocodile Bank - India, Royjan Taylor of Bio-Ken Snake Farm - Kenya and David Williams of The Global Snakebite Initiative - Australia/PNG.
These inpirational men are all experts in their field of venomous herpetology and international snake bite. They are fighting an uphill battle to bring awareness to the global health crisis of snake bite in developing countries, where thousands of men, women and children die every year without proper healthcare or even trained personell to deliver it.
Minutes to Die is a powerful film for change type documentary that highlights these issues perfectly. The discussion panel that followed last night's screening was one of my top moments so far. 🐍
It was both a pleasure and honour to be involved in the planning of last night and to contribute in some small way to the event.
Byron Bay from above makes me think of the quote that has been hanging out on @lulou89 ‘s ribs for the last few years: “My reason and my passion are the rudder and sails of my seafaring soul.” Happy birthday to one of the most passionate and soulful people I know, who is constantly being my rudder and helping to guide me through this beautiful life of ours. 🌊❤️
Cheers to the guys from Fire and Rescue NSW Tumut 467 station for bringing down their awesome vintage Bedford fire truck today - the kids loved it ! Thanks heaps also to Rusty Photography photo booth and Sprinkle of Magic face painting for adding more colour and fun to the day 👍
Awkward family pose. The rocks were super slippery. If you're wondering where Marley is, she didn't take the photo, she's in the car. The old pup wouldn't have made it down and back up again.
600 steps down, then back up. And the waterfall was almost 200m high!!