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Australia

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Birds on the deck rigging. Orb of sun through clouds. In the dunes. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, in the process of hatching. Sunset over the Clarence River. Surf sand patterns at sunrise on Alexandria Bay. Saddle-tree creek and the detritus left from the last flood. Farm sheds and grazing cows. Remant roots on the beach of a tree long gone. Cell Block E inside the Old Boggo Road jail. Mini delta, water draining at low tide. Last rays of the sunset over the eucalypt forest. Pedestrian bridge over the Yarra River outside the Melbourne Convention Centre. Grazing Red Necked wallaby. Lichen covered granite exposure at Dove Lake. North Gorge. A dog bounds over the rocks after emerging from a morning swim. Eagle’s nest, occupied. Paperbark trees along the shoreline lean towards the rising sun. Purple wildflowers. Looking up through the rainforest trees to the clouds. Goomoolahra Falls section. Tiny jumping spider and its web home. Prickly Pear cactus on fence post. The rising tide swirls under the St Kilda Pier. Kondalilla Falls. Banksia flower. Bedhead and remains of an old home at the memorial to Clark Bartlett, an early pioneer to Cania Gorge. Patterns, colors and textures of the coastal rocks. View along a fire access track in the forest. Patterns in the sand, brought up by burrowing crabs along the Noosa River. Surf rolls in on Alexandria Bay and breaks on the rocks. Grasstree with central spear. Cape Schanck lighthouse and the assistant lighthouse keeper’s quarters. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Order and symmetry along the outer wall of cells. Downtown Brisbane and the Brisbane River. Bright purple flower on riverside foliage. Gleniffer church. Granite boulder amidst trees and debris. Soft sun rise over the bay. Fogg Dam wetlands ducks. Fern growing on the bank of the Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Inquisitive cow. Low sun reflects off wet rocks and sand highlighting patterns. Sad face. Mt Barney evades a passing storm. Scotch Thistle, onopordum acanthium, a noxious weed. Tough country to traverse. Koala having a good scratch, by torch light. The Amphitheatre rock formation. Yacht at Constitution Dock. Cape Byron lighthouse glows in the early morning light. Old standing wall of the former powerhouse. Vertical panorama of Queen Mary Falls. Eli Creek runs into the South Pacific Ocean on the east cost of Fraser Island. Supportive root mat of a pair of Pandanus Trees pandanus utilis, screwpine. Sandstone bluffs of Castle Mountain, overlooking the upper extremity of Cania gorge. Saturday morning busy in the main street of Queenstown. The central reading room of the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne. Beyond the bathing boxes the sun lights up downtown Melbourne. The Spirit of Tasmania vehicular ferry at berth. Granite boulders of Girraween. The grass is greener on this side of the fence. About to take the plunge.  Pale-lined tropical rock crab, grapsus albolineatus. Ferns and mosses growing on the granites around Queen Mary Falls. Weathered sandstone face at beach. Yarra River looking downstream towards the Melbourne Convention Centre. Looking up under the Nodding Greenhead orchid, pterostylis nutans. Water surface like a mirror reflecting clouds. Rocky headland named Hells Gates for a reason. Yellow berries on a spindly, dry plant, obviously not palatable to the cattle sharing the field. The central reading room of the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne. A sharp eyed wader catches a shrimp in Noosa River. View north along the coast from the jail walls, a view not for inmates. Entryway to the Amphitheatre rock formation. Trail marker, protect the coral cay. The Seafarers Bridge (for bikes and pedestrians) across the Yarra River in Melbourne, with some pleasure boaters. Cradle Mountain under cloud backdrops Dove Lake. Constant waves entering the crevice that leads to the Blowhole. Moss colony on a tree stump. Old cattle race. Red Necked wallaby. Down into Winch Cove. Vessels at dock, navy patrol boat base, Larrakeyah. Upper Logan River. Starry southern night with shooters. King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge, overlooking the eastern walls of Cania Gorge. Looking west, low sun over Mindil Beach. A rainforest stream with a field of debris from the last flood event. Dolphin Point at the western end of Winch Cove with the sunrise hitting a Pandanus Pine. Windswept coastline. A rocky point and fairly calm early morning sea. Weathering wagon. Downtown Melbourne from Princes Bridge. The long and winding road out of Queenstown through the denuded hills. Sun rise over yachts moored at the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron and downtown Melbourne. Sculpture on Southbank. Stormy morning view south past Devils Kitchen and Paradise Caves along the surf of Sunshine Beach. Abandoned milking shed.

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