Guest Paul Harman started out as a film maker, but transitioned to photography when he discovered it was another passion for him. His newest exhibition ‘Watermarks’ features drone photographs of Barkandji, Ngemba, Euahlayi and Wayilwan land in NSW along the Murray-Darling Basin. In this week’s episode of Drive Monday he chats to Ruth Hessey about the beauty of landscape, as well as issues like environmental degradation and the history of the stolen lands, which he hopes to raise awareness for through his photography. He also talks about his personal journey and his decision to pursue photography. For More Information on Paul Herman’s work click here.