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Australia

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Image 704604, rays of the setting sun light the mountains, photo manipulated to accentuate the natural sun rays. Early morning sun catches the river side buildings of downtown Brisbane as City Cat commuter transports line up at the Eagle Street pier. To a T; creeper on the sandstone walls. The rainforest thins out, the regolith thins out and the basalt boulders show through towards the summit of Mount Warning. Still water and reflections on the Tweed River. Australian Darter, anhinga novaehollandiae, drying its wings. Over the millennia the intermittent river has cut its way through the granite. Seems like an angler’s trying paradise on the Clarence River. Looks like a storm is coming. Roots of a paperbark tree seem to resist contact with the saline waters of the lake. Seagulls expecting something tasty in the kelp on Nambucca beach. Dead trees and ferns between rocks and a hard place. Bat having a stretch before flying off for a night of foraging. A waterfall in Tamborine National Park, Queensland, Australia. Looking west over the Cape Schanck lighthouse. Whales rolling off Double Island Point with a dolphin in the lead. Cattle yards and loading ramp. Early morning at the beach. Seasonal flow of Bald Rock Creek late in the dry season. Tied up. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Surfers seeking the best breaks along Tallow Beach, south out Cape Byron. The old boatshed on Dove Lake’s clear water and sandy bottom. Yacht motoring down the Brisbane River under the Story Bridge. St David’s Cathedral. Boiler and drive arrangement of steam locomotive 732, just a little bit dusty. Small Lake Lilla. Mickey Creek gorge. Tiny wild flower emerges from the forest floor. Windblown tree silhouetted by rising sun. Bald Rock Creek flows over the granite. Split timber fence and gate at the rear of the Commandant’s house. Twin Falls. Zig-zag path cut by Bald Rock Creek through the granite. Walls of Cania Gorge. Furry petalled flower of the Wonga Wonga vine, pandorea pandorana. Tidal flats, high contrast from the low setting sun. Wrapped tightly. Colored granites and green grass beside the Coomba waterhole. Hopping mad: recycled car parts return to the streets as a kangaroo. Looking west over Bass Strait and the Cape Schanck lighthouse. City Cat commuter transport passing under Captain Cook bridge on the Brisbane River. Fence line at the Port Arthur convict prison running down to Mason Cove. Misty view through the trees. Spirit of sport, Brisbane River, Captain Cook bridge and city botanical gardens from Kangaroo Point cliffs. Old graves in the cemetery of St John the Baptist church. Tethered dinghy. Kelp along the shoreline. Kingfisher Bay beach. Underside of old railway bridge as a cruise boat passes through on the Yarra River. Colors and textures of the coral and shells comprising the beach. Craggy rock. Dark rain clouds over Tea Tree Bay. Imagine tropical south pacific idyll, reality perched dune Lake McKenzie. Yachts at rest on the Brisbane River with downtown Brisbane as backdrop. Scared and barnacled pectoral fin of a humpback whale. Bhawan Houtman tug in Darwin fishing harbor. Sun touches the horizon. Wallaby in open grassy area at dusk. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Approaching morning storm obscures sunrise. Bright orange bracket fungus, pycnoporus coccineus. Waves crashing on the heavily jointed rock platform at Devils Kitchen. The Sphinx formation viewed from Turtle Rock. Clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek in the dappled rainforest light. Sweeping bend in the Condamine River. Cape Byron lighthouse. Seashell and kelp, early morning on the beach. The World Turns, elephant sculpture at the Gallery of Modern Art. Fingal Head lighthouse. Staghorn ferns in profusion growing on a host tree. Flinders Street Station in downtown Melbourne. The mouth of North Gorge with a relatively low ocean swell. Spiky tumbling weeds end up in crevices in the sea shore rocks. The southern point of the mouth of Byron Bay. Bird of Paradise flower, strelitzia reginae. Limpets, patellogastropoda, line up along the tide pools. Morning sun floods across the ripples in the sand at low tide. Crystal Shower Falls. Beware the cattle bolt.  Old gatepost and gate. Sturdy fender of Kingfisher Bay jetty. The side of the Cathedral of St Stephen in downtown Brisbane. Point Lookout and looking north. Nice weather for ducks. Panorama of Lake McKenzie. Looking up through the rainforest canopy. Granite block walls and guard post. Mottled cup moth caterpillar at work consuming a leaf. Angler throwing in a line from the footbridge over Deep Creek at sunset. Police stand watch over the strange octopus thing on Flinders Street. Barnacle encrusted steel rail and tie rusting away. Front gates of the Old Boggo Road jail, initially H.M. Prison for Women, later for Men. Pedestrian bridge over Mindil Creek. Line of bathing boxes in the morning. Storm clouds gathering over the sandstone eastern side of Cania Gorge. The rotting vegetation provides home for bugs and spiders. Dove Lake circuit trail. Little falls. Looking into the sunrise and sea spray at Hells Gates. Sunrise over the river flats at low tide on the Clarence River.

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