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Australia

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Harsh red dirt landscape of the Australian goldfields. Gum tree faces the setting sun. Red sediments and weathered overlay. Blue sky, red dirt. The sun sets over a promise of a new start, a broken tree begins a new life. Stunted gum tree taking in the last few minutes of sun in the desert. Clouds reflect the sun now set over the gum trees. Salt bush, salt pan, red rock and blue sky. An avenue of gum trees shade a dry creek bed. If it ever rains there’s very little vegetation to stop the erosion in the desert. Gum trees shedding their bark to make their own root protecting mulch. Harsh colors of the Australian desert. Sun’s last light over a rocky ridge. The sunset’s afterglow silhouettes gum trees. The first rule is: never shoot into the sun. The second rule is: there are no rules. Desert sunset over the Australian goldfields. Quartzy ground and red dirt of the Australian goldfields. A nice shady roadside picnic spot; well, perhaps not. Roadside rubbish. On the edge: Goldfields artist Garry Zeck drawing beside an abandoned gold mine shaft. Head frame over an abandoned gold mine shaft. Desert sunset, not a cloud in the sky above the gum trees. Salt lake and mine frame head in the goldfields. Red and blue, lateritic cap, red dirt and blue sky of the Australian goldfields. Artist at work amid the desert hills and salt pans. Desert conditions. Dry creek bed and stunted gum trees in desert country. Exposed laterite sediments. Artist Garry Zeck captures the lengthening shadows in the Australian goldfields desert. If you’re looking for shape and texture there is no shortage out in the desert. The sun getting low through the gum trees in the Australian goldfields. Folded sediments and dry creek bed. Dry creek bed and stunted eucalypts. Artist at work: Goldfields artist Garry Zeck capturing a dry creek bed. Late afternoon sun and a red dusty sky over breakaway country. The cool light of the morning highlights gum trees in the Australian goldfields. Afternoon sun. Ancient weathered desert landscape. Stunted gum trees offer a little shade in the desert. Sunset and red haze in the Australian goldfields. U-turn. Dry creek bed, likely to trickle with water if it ever rains. Dry creek bed in the desert. Goldfields artist Garry Zeck catching the morning light in the desert. Keep out, poison laid. Pity, the grass looks so much greener on the other side. Stunted trees in the arid country overlook a dry salt lake bed. Dry creek bed. Sparse foliage but standing tall, a gum tree in the Australian goldfields. Rough quartzy terrain with gum trees and blue sky. Dry creek bed in the harsh sun. Gums trees, red rocks, dry creek bed and blue sky. Red dirt and dry creek bed. Brilliant sunset against a gum tree. Red desert dirt, salt bush and gum trees. Goldfields artist Garry Zeck drawing inspiration from the desert landscape. Folded sediments. The leaves of a back lit gum tree light up. Freshly hatched lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, wings unfurling. A view of the Sydney Opera House. Grouped for shade. Cape Byron lighthouse, not the tallest lighthouse but still impressive. Patterned and barnacled mangrove tree stump. Scrubby Creek meanders under a pedestrian bridge. Fishing boat trawling up Brisbane River gets lots of attention from seabirds. Mickey Creek. The Melbourne Convention Centre taken from just outside the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Grasses, river rubble and a low level bridge on the Tweed River. Three Sisters rocks at Broken Head. Custodial staff: wallabies keep the grass short mist. Gentle waves on the beach in the late afternoon sunlight. Lace monitor enjoying the sun. Hard to see the tree for the moss. Berry-like flower. Old cattle yards in the valley of Cania Gorge Line, shape and texture of sand, rocks and tidal pools. Carpet python, morelia spilota, trying very hard to withdraw a Ring Tailed Possum from a bird nesting box. Hollow log provides a nice home for something at the Southside Sustainability Centre. Boundary fence at Mavis’s Kitchen. Rounded river rocks. Grasstree, xanthorrhoea, thriving in dry, open woodland. Droving cattle along the Condamine River road. The open air market at Cape Byron jutting in to the Pacific Ocean, the most easterly point of Australia. Compression rings in the bark of an old Bunya pines. Perched large granite boulder. Nightcliff pier at low tide. Tree reaching for the sky. Open farmland within Cania Gorge. Small clump of vegetation on rocks jutting out over the ocean. Knotty tree root on Mill Point. Lichen abounds on old fence posts. Aerial array at Humpty Doo. Kangaroo grazing, up close. Old Jessop and Appleby steam powered crane at Constitution Dock. Rusty anchor. Sad face. Rainforest tree. Ant inspection: Yellow flower receives a visitor. The Little Nerang Creek trickles past an old pump house upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Cave Creek running through the rainforest.

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