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Mossy rocks in a gondwana forest. Old stump, remains of a gum tree after a forest fire. Winch Cove. Under the Story Bridge looking north to the main weight bearing pier. Bald Rock Creek spills lazily across the granite before cutting its way through the escarpment. What do you see?  Rock formation outside the village of Rathdowney. Surfers at Cabarita beach. Fingal Head lighthouse nestled amongst the Pandanus Pines, pedunculatus. Bare exposed granite plateau through which Bald Rock Creek has cut its way to emerge as Underground Creek. How did that get there?  Granite boulder perched on high. Panorama of the Fraser Island Kirrar Sandblow. The sun is a few minutes after rising but is well established in the sky and leaving a long reflected trail in the sea. In-fill running through a fault joint in the granite at Underground Creek. Low level road bridge over Never Never Creek. Pushing the light after a storm, an HDR look. Between the trees, down by the Condamine River. Fungus emerges from the leaf litter. The sun is just cresting the horizon and casting its first light on the beach. Morning mist on the wetlands through a Pandanus pine. Little falls. Bow. Sharing a secret; a Noisy Mynah, Manorina melanocephala, and a Kookaburra. Panoramic view to the south from Waldheim. Saline resistant plant growth on the Tessellated Pavement. Chain of ponds: Remnant pools of water on the granite. Colors and textures, burnt tree and fungi. Bleak but effective jailhouse architecture. Walking the dog on the beach as dusk approaches. A pelican paddles by in the last light after sunset. Steep drop down to the sea from the Cape Byron lighthouse. Panorama of the Three Sisters rocks off Broken Head, home to numerous sea birds. Ear on ear, prickly pear on the edge of the rainforest. City Hopper commuter transport on the Brisbane River motoring close to the cliffs. Tabletop wetlands. Central flower of a  grass tree, xanthorroea, something finds it good eating. The southern side of the mouth of North Gorge. Fishing boat trawling down Brisbane River, cannot tell if he is catching much but the birds are enjoying it. Banksia overhangs a lagoon. Northern end of Alexandria Bay. The old boatshed on Dove Lake in the still of early morning. Lifters of stamp ore crusher. Weindorfer’s hut. Old farm shed leaning to the side under the weight of the years. Banks of Rainbow Creek. Mount Barney from the hill behind the village of Rathdowney. Sandblow ripples. Fungus alongside Rosebud-Flinders road. Water lilies and ducks on the pond at Mavis’s Kitchen. Vertical panorama of Protesters Falls waterfall. Afternoon sun along the fence line running down to the waterhole. Not a lot of activity on Port Melbourne pier, perhaps too early. Calmer Byron Bay and raging Pacific Ocean at Cape Byron lighthouse. Wangi falls and waterhole. Knobby old tree, termite infested. Koala sits in a small fork of a gum tree. Down in the Cambanoora Gorge runs the Condamine River. Surprisingly prickly leaves of the bunya pine. Gate with rusty hinge. Spring water issuing from the sedimentary rock structure. Rainbow Lorikeets checking out a nesting box. Wetland birds on Fogg Dam. Blocked, and never to work again. Seagulls resting amid the paperbark tree root tangles. Bessie, the very pregnant cow. Sailing boat in Constitution Dock as the sun sets behind Hobart town. Tidal shallows at the Brighton Beach foreshore reserve overlooking Dendy street beach and bathing boxes. Guard tower extension beside the Old Boggo Road jail. Corella picking through the grass. Parking lot Teewah Beach. Cattle yard with setting sun. Looking west over Bass Strait and the Cape Schanck lighthouse. Walking track bridge over Cave Creek. Rainbow Lorikeets (trichoglossus heamatodus) enjoying the rain. Smooth patterns from the retreating wave in the sand. A fish sculpture on the banks of the Yarra River in Melbourne. Tree along the bank of Noosa River. Bar none. Mouth wide open as a carpet python, morelia spilota, gulps down a rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Green Island, appropriately named, from Smoky Cape. Gnarled and twisted trunk of a tree growing on the granite plateau. Old wharves on the northern side of the Brisbane River under the Story Bridge. Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Rail line and bridge over creek. Tasmanian Devil, sarcophilus harrisii, crunches his way through a wallaby leg. Federation wharf on the north bank of the Yarra River and downtown Melbourne. Downtown Brisbane along the Brisbane River. Driftwood. Sugar mill at the Bundaberg Distilling Company. Rocky lichen covered rock amongst the ferns in the rain. Hard to see where the rock finishes and the tree starts. Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus, bearing fruit. Purple flower with pollen, in the dry open woodland. Banksia flowering Panorama of the mountains of the scenic rim and the Kooralbyn Valley. Hand brake, part of a horse drawn farm implement. Wattle Cup moth caterpillar, calcarifera ordinata. Seafaring pooch. Jetty stands high at low tide after the sun set. Spiky Bridge, built by convicts to flatten out the road over a steep sided gully. Posing, water lizard stands still for the photo.

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