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Australia

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Moss covered old rainforest tree along the track to Cave Creek. Inquisitive little Tasmanian Devil, sarcophilus harrisii. Lions guarding the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Grasses growing on the thin cover over the granites. Panorama of the colored rocky shoreline near the blowhole at Bicheno. Palm trees beside Protesters Falls waterfall. Boats at dock on the Noosa River. Pearling fleet ships in Darwin fishing harbor. Several tonnes of breaching humpback whale leaves an impression in the ocean. Statue in memory of Vietnamese boat people. Flying the flag on the southern end of the Story Bridge. Reflections in Bat Cave Creek. Deep and turbulent sea at the easternmost point in Australia. Kookaburra Queen paddle steamer running down river under the Story Bridge. England Rock over the mouth of Deep Creek, in the light of the setting sun. Morning sun lights the tree and vine cover over the narrow road to the parking lot at the base of Mt Warning. Back along Port Melbourne pier to the beach. Grasstree, xanthorrhoea, with dried flower stem. A fern makes its home in a tree in the rainforest. Flowers of a Black Bootlace Orchid, erythrorchis cassythoides. Holed, the rusting shell of an old boiler. Brilliant black necked stork. Grasses and organic material on the Kirrar Sandblow. Waterfall keeping the rainforest watered. Combinations of shapes and color in a low level look at waves on rocks. Small Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus, on the sand dunes, backlit by the early sun. Mount Maroon backs cattle loading ramp and horse. Shallow tidal pools around the coral cay and a lot of deep blue sea. Colorful fungus in the damp and warmth of the forest. Like a desert scene, the Kirrar Sandblow on Fraser Island. Fruit of Australian Native Cherry, exocarpos cupressiformis. Fuel terminal point at Darwin port cruise ship terminal. Dinghy beached. Flowers of the dunes. The lone seagull on Port Melbourne pier. Reflected. Tidal pool at Stumers Creek mouth with stormy sea. Tessellated pavement laid down millennia previously. Juvenile wombat. A paperbark tree juts into Lake Ainsworth. The Sydney Harbour Bridge from near the Sydney Opera House. Double Island Point lighthouse. Sea foam built up after storm. Complex trunk. White Ibis, threskiornis molucca, in the mud flats. A view of the State Library of Victoria and surrounding buildings in downtown Melbourne. Like ruffs, rainforest fungi. Bridge over Never Never Creek. The Millers Point area and the Harbour Control Tower from Observatory Hill, Sydney. Limpets, patellogastropoda, tide pools and incoming tide at sunrise. Split timber fence and garden at the rear of the Commandant’s house at the Port Arthur convict prison. Gnarled and twisted gum tree reaching for the sky. Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly, topside. Perhaps not a very effective fence. Lead in lines: beached kelp points to offshore storm. Spiral sculpture at Kangaroo Point cliffs. The rocky bluff of Mount Warning seen from the walking track to the summit. Lotus flower and buds in the Fogg Dam wetlands. Lennox Head.  Ballina airport under a rainstorm top right. Reeds and grasses reflected in a lagoon. Old farm equipment in a field along the Condamine River road. Watchful Kookaburra. Noosa River everglade discovery. Patterns in the sand in the early morning. Fungus in the rainforest. Recycle and reuse; a fallen paperbark tree, melaleuca, relives. Back lit sea spray just after sunrise. Young paperbark tree, melaleuca, growing on the white sandy shore of Lake McKenzie. Smooth rocks but sharp encrustations. Forgotten padlock, not playing a part in securing the small boat. Intricate structure of the hive of stingless native bees, trigona. Wet and marshy lake circuit trail. Red Necked wallaby posing for the camera. Lone tree at sunset. Grasses on granite. Knotted vine. Grass plus wind equals patterns in the sand. Stream running to the Buley Rockhole. Low tide and stormy sky at Nambucca beach. Morning sun hits Brighton Yacht Club and beyond that, downtown Melbourne. Muted early morning coastal colors. Setting sun shoots rays over Mt Barney. Walking track along the wall of the canyon. Mother wallaby with baby joey in pouch. Boy-ull Creek leads away into the rainforest from Twin Falls. Coastal driftwood. The Nepal Peace Pagoda in the South Bank Parklands in Brisbane. Walking track between the wall of the canyon and a fallen slab. Water power: Bald Rock Creek vs granite. Early sun lights the cliffs of Cambanoora Gorge. Backlit palm frond in the rainforest. Love that texture: fungus growing on tree. Fishing nets stowed. Easy to see the dam for the trees. Low tide under the old McKenzie’s jetty. Grasses lining Stumers Creek. Flower of the wild iris, dietes grandiflora. The rocky shore line of Tea Tree Bay. Pelican drools as it hangs out for off cuts from anglers’ cutting bench. The morning sun catches a flock of seagulls and the point at Brighton Beach.

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