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Australia

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Roots of a fallen tree showing the thinness of the regolith and very little penetration into the rocky core of Mount Warning. Rainforest trail in the early morning. Old standing wall of the former powerhouse. Multicolored sandstone in Russell Gully. Fledgling mangrove tree and old boiler shell. Water bird on the billabong, early morning light. Granite blocks and iron bars. Breaker and spray at Hells Gates at sunrise. Tiny white flower in Russell Gully. City Hopper commuter transport passes under the Captain Cook Bridge over the Brisbane River. Jabiru, black necked stork, ephippiorhynchus asiaticus, at sunset. View south of Bass Strait and Cape Schanck from a window in the tower of Cape Schanck lighthouse. Pelicans silhouetted in sunset on Noosa River. A tall Hoop Pine, araucaria cunninghamii, reaches up to the light in the rainforest. Little Nerang Creek about to plunge over Purling Brook falls. Boundary fence at Mavis’s Kitchen. Setting sun burns through the trees along the billabong. Water tank, long out of service. Sulfur Crested cockatoo reaches out, mouth agape. Columnar basalt at Fingal Head. Bicycles for hire, lined up outside a café in New Farm park. Tall timber in the rain forest. Coastal overhang. Morning serenity at the billabong, Three Moon Creek. This old trailer has seen better days. A and B wings of the Separate Prison from the central hub. The old Queensland Treasury building, now a casino, at the top of Queen street. The old boatshed on Dove Lake in front of the button grassed slope. In good condition. Yachts at evening rest on the run out tide, Noosa River. The Natural Bridge formation on Cave Creek. Looking down on the Tessellated Pavement natural rock formation. Paperbark tree, melaleuca, stands out against the cloudless blue sky. Tail fluke of a humpback whale. Ducks in the mist and reflections on the Tweed River. Lotus flower about to bloom. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside. A view up the Yarra River showing pedestrian and auto bridges, with a Ferris wheel in the background. Fern growing under the canopy of the open rainforest. Looking north from the easternmost point in Australia, ahead a windy, rocky walk and beyond Julian Rocks. Flower of a beehive ginger plant, zingiber spectabile. Forest fire access road crosses the Upper Logan River. Old fence line. Black swans P83 on the lake. Commandant’s house and gardens on the Port Arthur historic site. Patterns of sand and water on the low tide. Droving and horse. Great swimming from the bathing boxes, if you don’t mind a few rocks off to the side. Patterns in the sand in the low, morning light. Looking out from behind the Twin Falls at the rock pool. Icons: bathing boxes of Dendy Street Beach. Mangrove trees at low tide on the river. River crossing. Moss on a rotting log in the rainforest. Pastoral land in the Cania Gorge valley. Long exposure of the Condamine River running over rocks. Brunswick Heads where the Brunswick river meets the ocean. Moss covered fallen trees in the relatively dry upper rainforest. Pelican taking off into the wind up Brisbane River. Mother koala and her baby joey in a gum tree at night, by available light. Tidal pools with rocks and algae. Gentle waves roll in on to Cylinder Beach. Lichen on a fence post. Close up look at bright green algae on the water surface in a quiet inlet. Saltwater crocodile, crocodylus porosis, opportunistic hunter, waiting and watching. The moon through a window opening in the church. Pandanus trees hanging on to the face at the mouth of North Gorge. Driftwood on the rocky shore of Tea Tree Bay. Kookaburra, left profile showing the funky hairdo. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. The Sydney Opera House and a ferry from the other side of Sydney Cove. Wallaby feeding with tongue tip showing. If the top rail doesn’t fit, modify. Framed, Coomba Falls and waterhole. Fossilized giant’s mitt? Don’t expect this hull-side door to ever open; the wrecked ship Maheno. Tide pools soon to be swallowed up by the incoming tide. Pair of paperbark trees, melaleuca, in the morning sun at Lake McKenzie. Colors of the rainforest. Well drained but somewhat over grown brick walls of workshop buildings. Distinctive twin spray of a humpback whale. Windswept tree on the Hells Gates headland. Twin Falls feed the rock pool and the track behind the falls follows under the overhang. Old tree stump plays host to plants (scurvy weed) and insects. Morning shadows and incoming tide. Frozen in time. Jet ski looping across Tea Tree Bay. Dusty Condamine River Road. Limpets, patellogastropoda, cling to rocks in the early morning sun. Yellow berries on a spindly, dry plant, obviously not palatable to the cattle sharing the field. A view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House from the Government House lawn. Lichen growing on a seaside tree. An aerial view of the beach at Bate Bay just south of Sydney. Granite boulder appears to be in the process of rolling along. Cup-like fungi on the floor of a dry rainforest. Norfolk Island pine tree and Pandanus Pines against the blue morning sky. Boulder perched on boulders forming the Granite Arch. Mollusc on rock at low tide. International logo standing up well while all else corrodes. Brightly colored fungus in the rainforest.

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