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Yum yum, breakfast.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Mickey Creek emerges into open tropical surrounds. Bougainvillea covered walkway in the South Bank parklands. Fractured propeller from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. Wallaby grazing at dusk. Just cruisin’ on Noosa River, late afternoon. It is a weed, but it photographs well. Steam powered siren at the powerhouse. Yachts on Noosa River in the morning calm. Pelicans at dusk on Cudgera Creek. Whales cruising off Double Island Point. A Staghorn fern, platycerium, makes its home high on a tree in the rainforest. Goanna, a monitor lizard, lurking by a walking track. The rising sun well above the horizon and reflecting in the wet sand. Vertical panorama of Protesters Falls waterfall or water dribble. Branched lichen on old fence. Cave Creek down there through the trees. Low morning sun turns the algae on the rocks golden. Carpet python, morelia spilota, attempts to withdraw a Ring Tailed Possum from a bird nesting box. Sun through the cattle yard fence by the road. Claws tensed as life ebbs away.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Humpback whale giving a rolling pec. wave. Tree consumed by drifting sand. Reflections on the Tweed River as the sun drives off the remnants of the morning mist. Early morning panorama of the Pyramids rock formations. Old wharves on the northern side of the Brisbane River under the Story Bridge. Queen Mary Falls. A view of Brisbane from the Waves pounding against the rocky shore. Underside of a bracket fungus on a branch. Female satin bowerbird in a tree. Looking up the trees at the light in the rainforest. Park ranger handing free samples of turtle hatchlings – not really, just for closer inspection. Farm dam, afternoon sun. The rising sun is above the horizon, behind clouds and shooting rays into the sky. Patterns and textures of rock, sand and molluscs. Seagull, watching and waiting. Bow detail of Windeward Bound. Brisbane city markets at Reddacliff place in front of Brisbane City Council offices. Tawny Frogmouth, podargus strigoides, at night. St Andrews church at the bottom of Church Street. Upturned tail section from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. Walls closing in from all sides: the Amphitheatre rock formation. City Cat commuter transport powering up Brisbane River in front of downtown Brisbane. Sentinel bird on the coral beach, way beyond is the reef encircling the coral lagoon. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, in the weathered rocks. Surfing at the northern end of Teewah Beach. Ducks on the still water of the Tweed river in the morning mist. Dented kayaks, must have run through the non-existent river rapids. Nature’s way, telling us to leave it alone. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. Sea mist and surf at Hells Gates. Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly, right hand side. Stern deck of a workboat in Darwin fishing harbor. Lichen and moss reclaim fallen trees on the forest floor. Markets sheds J and K at Queen Victoria Market. Impressive Tasman Arch natural rock formation. Dappled morning rainforest light. Dangar falls on the Bielsdown River. Tidal creek running into Tallow Creek. Tyagarah airstrip, out of service due rain. Country church, St John the Baptist. A few big old eucalypts clinging on to the granite. Tidal flats and algae of the Tessellated Pavement. Beach side flower against sandy leaves. Any closer and we will bolt. Coomba waterhole, crystal clear but cold. Crystal clear water of a rainforest stream cascade. Panorama from the Mt Mee road southwards towards Brisbane city. You’re either up here, on the granites, or down there in the bush. Queen Street mall in downtown Brisbane. Isle of the Dead, a cemetery of Port Arthur convict prison. How did that get there?  Ancient sediments. Sunrise over Arnhem Land through a low ground mist. Guard observation tower at the rear of the Old Boggo Road jail. Twisted roots of a paperbark tree at Mill Point. Driftwood on the beach at low tide. The green and gold of wattle, acacia. Downtown Brisbane and the Brisbane River. Once was headlight. Tiny wild orchid, diprodium variegatum. Boardwalk over mangroves. Joey says to wallaby mom ‘let me back in where it’s warm’. The Catani clock tower on the Esplanade at St Kilda beach. Purple flower of the Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens. Waterbird on the prowl for breakfast at the billabong. Twisted and mossy tree in the damp lakeside forest. Low and weak sun slips behind the old wall of the prison hospital. Cottage country, amid the bunya pines and winter morning mist. Pied Currawong, strepera graculina. Abandoned and rusting farm equipment. Heavily jointed sandstone cliff at Wooli Point. Young kangaroo, ears to the alert, within the jail walls. The sculpture Fast flowing small stream feeding into Dove Lake. Large sandblow with exhumed trees. Green pasture at the foot of the mountains. Looking back out to sea over the narrow cleft in the coast, the Devils Kitchen natural rock formation. Jetties on the river. Beach south from Lennox Head.

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