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Australia

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Trees with character, paperbark trees, melaleuca, may not provide a lot of shade but have appeal. Large bracket fungus. Submarine periscope-like humpback whale pectoral fin with barnacles. Wink wink: Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Mickey Creek emerges to the open valley floor. Thread moss, orthodontium lineare, in flower. Always colourful, the bright orange bracket fungus pycnoporus coccineus. Gentle surf over the rock at sunrise. Necked down weathered piles of McKenzie’s jetty. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Mount Lindesay looms over the boulder debris field at its base. Crystal Shower Falls. Koala mother and baby joey. The Seafarers Bridge (for bikes and pedestrians) across the Yarra River in Melbourne. Walking track through the rainforest, along Saddle-tree creek. Low sun as sunset approaches throws the mudflats into relief. Sandy creek bottom under crystal clear water of Wanggoolba Creek. Light keepers station inside Cape Schanck lighthouse. Darkening western sky suggests a storm is coming to Tea Tree Bay from across the Great Sandy National Park. Melbourne icon, Flinders Street railway station. Farm shed in disrepair. Beach, surf and rocks. Past Mill Point to Boreen Point. Cattle loading ramp, the cattle bolted. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. The town of Coolum along a windswept beach. Fishing nets and floats strung high. Part of landing gear from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. Sandstone ramparts form the western side of Cania Gorge. Pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. Leaf veined slug, family Athoracophoridae, genus Triboniophorus graeffei. Port Melbourne pier back to beachfront apartments. Golden fungus arises. Kangaroo lazing around in the morning sun. Lizard sees me but is not concerned. The first touch of sun hits the high rises of downtown Melbourne. Dendy Street Beach’s iconic bathing boxes. Old bluestone step abandoned as sea fill. Wired: Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Wild orchid growing on a host in the forest. Reflections. Fern thriving on a tree in the Queen Mary Falls valley. Sun setting behind the Pyramid rock formations. Pandanus tree pandanus utilis backlit by the morning sun. Curly bark of a eucalyptus tree and a spider web. The World Turns, elephant sculpture at the Gallery of Modern Art with Kurilpa the water rat in the foreground. Dr Roberts Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Beachside flowers surviving in a salt laden environment. The sum total of the current flow of Bat Cave Creek after Protesters Falls waterfall. Old assembly, abandoned on the river side of the old powerhouse. Top of a large fungus on the side of the tree. Wide stairs and empty chair at the Queensland Conservatorium. Parasitic mistletoe growing on a gum tree. Downtown Brisbane from a high-rise apartment building at night. Sleep tight; in a cell. The old buildings of Dendy Street Beach’s iconic bathing boxes. Panorama of a bare granite slope. Close up look at the hairy leaves of the native herb Hairy Oxalis, oxalis chnoodes. A ferry and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Bracket fungus on fallen tree. Rusting away, the wrecked ship Maheno on the east cost of Fraser Island. Waves rolling in to Alexandria Bay with Oyster Rocks and the blow hole point as backdrop. Pleasant garden setting outside the Chief Warden’s quarters, Boggo Road jail. Palen Creek trickles under Mount Lindesay Highway. An aerial view of Botany Bay upon approach to the Sydney International Airport. Purling Brook falls, a single plunge of over 100 metres. Fungus growing in the grass. Cape Byron and lighthouse from Tallow Beach. Sea gulls lining up for a peck at an oyster shell on the granites of Bicheno. Enlarged root of a forest gum tree. Colored lichen on basalt. Small suspended lake, Pickford Tarn, amidst button grassed surrounds and the overland trail. Fallen fence post. Double Island Point lighthouse. Texture in the sandblow. Stark against the sky. Float plane and pleasure craft at Constitution Dock. Over the Yarra River to the National Gallery of Victoria. Vacancy. The side of the Cathedral of St Stephen in downtown Brisbane. Tiny wild orchid, diprodium variegatum. Twisted and almost surreal tree in Weindorfer’s Forest. Sharing: Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, cacatua galerita. Fungus and flies: Stinkhorn fungus, phallus indusiatis. Emu comes down to drink at the waterhole. A view up the Yarra River, showing many of the bridges and a helicopter coming in to land. A myriad of wetlands birds. Surf on Alexandria Bay, Hells Gates to the north. Pink to orange hibiscus, malvaceae, flower in full bloom. Moored Asteria at Darwin port cruise ship terminal. Saltwater crocodile, crocodylus porosis, resting but alert. Rusty hand forged hardware on old wagon. View upriver, the Yarra river, towards Finders Street railway station. Rainbow Lorikeet feeding on a flowering gum. Spring fed from the ancient layers of sandstone. Stairway down to the river, and a well-tended garden. Small ferns find root in cracks in a sedimentary rock. Waves crash and spray on Fingal Head. Fallen paperbark tree, now home to reptiles and spiders.

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