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Australia

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Low morning sun on Skennars Head. The play of sun light on the trees and boulders. Looking in on a cell block. Sunset over the mouth of Cudgera Creek. A small eucalypt grows from an even smaller crack in a granite boulder. Grey and rainy dawn. Norfolk Island pine, araucaria heterophylla, on Lennox Head. An interesting building in the Docklands area of Melbourne. A guardian elephant in front of the Nepal Peace Pagoda with a City Hopper commuter ferry in the background as it plies the Brisbane River. Patterns in the colored rocks, human intervention. Ducks waiting for a chance catch near the St Kilda pier. Pair of young wombats, vombatus ursinus, foraging in the crepuscular forest light. Low sun hits granite outcrops against a darkening sky. Old weathered tree roots in the boulder debris field of Bat Cave Creek at the foot of Protesters Falls waterfall. A view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House from the Government House lawn. Propeller blade root from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. Narrow passage between Green Island and the mainland. Sunrise over Winch Cove. The Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail through the granites of Girraween. Swimming hole in the Logan River. After the Purling Brook falls, the Little Nerang Creek continues down the valley. Linear pattern of wind erosion on sand. Exposed root with moss and opalescent fungus. Boat chained and locked. Low tide, late afternoon. Southerly view from Tasman Arch towards Hippolyte Rocks and Cape Huay. Looking over the Great Sandy Strait and Woody Island from Fraser Island. Not far off shore, a pair of humpback whales swimming together, one doing a pec. slap. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, just hatched and wings drying out, yet to develop markings. Now that’s better as a blowhole in action, even if the sea swell is calm. Hard to see where the rock finishes and the tree starts. Wanggoolba Creek winds its way lazily through the rainforest. Festoon Falls, rainforest environment, a torrent of water enough to move large boulders when it is raining, a trickle when it’s not. Rain forest creek. Make of it what you will. Tristiana Falls. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside, with supper neatly wrapped. Purple flowers. Elkhorn fern growing on a fallen tree. Like eggs, large fungi emerge from the forest floor. Young wombat, vombatus ursinus, caught having a bit of a scratch. Mooring ropes. A kingfisher atop a lotus stalk. Old tree reaches up in the open rainforest. Bottle tree, brachychiton rupestris. Gum tree in cattle yards. Old fence line. Sun lights the side of a piece of driftwood and a piece of tumbling weed. Old farm house and car. Rock and algae. Rear of St Paul’s cathedral. The Overhang on Russell Gully. Single flower at the Southside Sustainability Centre. Upper Logan River through the rainforest. Balnarring beach. Rainforest tree, first it went this way, then it went that way. Soft crepuscular light after sunset. The rocky point of Cape Schanck and Bass Strait beyond from the top of the lighthouse. Watchful eyes; Kookaburra scrounging for tit-bits. Above Twin Falls. Panorama to the west from Turtle Rock to Mount Norman and Mallee Ridge. Paperbark trees, melaleuca, on the shore of Lake McKenzie. Luna Park, just for fun, closed for renovations. The hole on this side is a bit neater. Tabletop wetlands, diminished in the dry season. Whoosh.  Waves breaking and spraying on the point. Morning light and reflections on the Tweed River. Surf and spray. Hastings Point beach and the mouth of Cudgera Creek at sunset. Moss covered tree and creeper reaching for the light. Juvenile koala. Defiant Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, on the rocky shore of Winch Cove. Sandstone cliffs above Rainbow Beach. The smelly slime of the fungus aseroe rubra even looks foul in this image. Rear view of a tiny hairy petalled flower in the forest. Strange, ant attractive, secretion at the base of a gum tree. Garden decoration in the grounds of the convict prison. Sun peeking past rainforest pine. Fern filled side gorge off the main Carnarvon Gorge. Ruptured pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. The Seafarers Bridge (for bikes and pedestrians) across the Yarra River in Melbourne, with a bird in flight. Rainforest turpentine trees, syncarpia glomulifera, and ferns growing tall in the sand. Morning surf crashing on rocks. Yellow flowers of the bottlebrush Banksia. Goomoolahra Falls. Panorama of Cambanoora Gorge at the head of the Condamine River. On the horizon, over the bathing enclosure remains, Brisbane airport control tower and steam from cooling towers. Hmmm. A view of Lake Eildon from a commercial jet. The old buildings of Mast detail of the Lady Nelson; which rope for what? Artistic nature.  Detail of a Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus. Remnants of the officers’ quarters at the Port Arthur convict prison. Mickey Creek. Tall trees reaching up in the rainforest. Life on the edge, Tanninaba falls. The bottom of Festoon Falls, rainforest environment, a torrent of water enough to move large boulders when it is raining, a trickle when it’s not. Nightcliff pier, built to accommodate the high tidal range. Aboriginal rock art in the Cathedral Cave.

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