In his second installment of writing from the Victorian Alps, artist Ben Laycock sends his greetings from the exclusive enclave of ‘Dinner Plane’.

“Dinner Plain, for all you poor folks that have never been there, is on the road from Mount Hotham to Omeo, just past Picnic Point and way before Breakfast Creek. Mythology has it that Dinner Plain was named after the  humble repast, (horse and damper) eaten there week in and week out by The Man from Snowy River, Clancy himself no less, during the long and fruitless search for The Wild Brumby”.

He adds the warning that some images are ‘gruesome’.

You can read his piece here.