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Australia

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Red Cedar Falls on Rosewood Creek. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Grasses and mangroves along Noosa River. Dead bat snared by barbed wire fence over the Condamine River. Tiers behind the Tessellated Pavement. Sunrise appears through the horizon clouds. Middle Brighton railway station. Sunset at Queen Mary Falls. A view of Brisbane from the The Logan River, barely a stream. Sheer rock face cliff at the end of Devils Kitchen. Logan River trickles over the rocks Outrigger canoe down Noosa River. Late afternoon sea from Hastings Point. Princes Bridge and the south side of the Yarra River. Large sandblow with exhumed trees. Marine growth encrusted steel rib. Cape Schanck and looking south east over Bass Strait. Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, and beachside trees and grasses stabilize the dunes. Jetty. Wetland birds on Fogg Dam. Abandoned remote control toy boat on the Scrubby Creek billabong. Chief Warden’s quarters at the Old Boggo Road jail. Corner turret at the guard tower complex at the convict prison. Caterpillar, cunningly disguised as a splurt of bird dropping. Fungi growing on an old tree stump. Freshly emerged stinkhorn fungus, aseroe rubra, spreads its arms to welcome insects to the malodorous slime. Sunrise over Arnhem Land through a low ground mist. Cape Byron lighthouse in the early morning light with clouds and blue sky. Underneath Port Melbourne pier, early morning low tide. Dangar Falls on the Bielsdown River. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. The undercut bank of Korrumbyn Creek held together by tree roots. Blue Faced Honeyeater finds something of interest. Cattle yards and loading ramp. Are you looking at me? Baby joey koala at night, by torch light. Dead and desiccated Tern on the coral sand, victim of sticky Pisonia tree seeds. Southern anchor pier of the Story Bridge. Weathered sandstone on the beach. Bunya pine tree in the morning mist. Bit of a stretch, the wrecked ship Maheno. Street busker entertains shoppers at Queen Victoria Market. Abandoned and collapsing farm shed in the early morning light. Bolted down, an old boiler in the sand. Lobster pots waiting for deployment at Strahan harbor. Fungus alongside Rosebud-Flinders road. Slender tall palms reaching for the light in the rainforest. Running water. Diving humpback whale glinting in the sun. Brutus the saltwater crocodile, crocodylus porosis, close up. Eucalypts and grasses established on the granite basement. Fresh hail on the trail. Lined up for a day’s fun on Noosa River. Albert street church with many metaphors; the red line leads down, green man walk now, one way sign. Spider sets a trap on a flower. Coffee rock, sand cemented by organic matter, in the sandblow. Fenced track to the beach and Phillip Island over Westernport bay. Flowers in the riverside swamp ground. Flowers and nuts. North Gorge. Granite and blue sky. Weathered and worn section of the Tessellated Pavement. Morning sun peeking through Ballina lighthouse. Grasstree Shimmers in the breeze. Crocodile lurks on the billabong bank behind the lotus. Granite boulder balanced on a granite plate. Riveted shell of an old boiler, rusting away on the beach. Some of Rear of the old boatshed on Dove Lake. Exposed coastal sediments. Sunset glow to the sky reflects in the quiet billabong waters. Epilogue to Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, other lorikeets watch the drama. Panorama of Lameroo beach with Darwin CBD behind. Black Swans: something looks interesting there. Front of the old powerhouse, now an arts precinct. Flowers of a Black Bootlace Orchid, erythrorchis cassythoides. Palm tree locked and chained. Here’s looking at you.  Koala mother and joey (baby). Mollusc finds refuge in an old oyster shell at low tide. Life guard on duty poolside at the South Bank parklands. Seaweed, kelp and mollusc trails on the Tessellated Pavement. Reflected body; pelican on the Noosa River shore. Beach debris, buried tire. Trunk of a paperbark tree, melaleuca, beside a lagoon in the early morning sun. Boundary fence at Mavis’s Kitchen. Early morning light over empty Noosa River jetty. The 305-metre tall Sydney Tower at city center. Branch of a Pandanus Pine overlooks the sea and rocks. Mallee Ridge from Turtle Rock. Looks soft and inviting, apart from spiders and reptiles also resident. The Polly Woodside Maritime Museum at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre along the Yarra River. Tanninaba falls. Trees standing starkly in the early morning light at Mill Point. Lotto, the cattle dog, loves the water. From the stern looking forward, the wrecked Maheno. The rising sun blazes a path across the sea. Humpback whale, orange patches on the white flank. Farm house. Decorated prow of a boat in Constitution Dock. Fallen tree, twisted by the weather and wind, the grasses holding on to the coral sand.

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