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Downtown Brisbane under the Story bridge over the Brisbane River. The Currumbin surf beach on a calm winter day, swim between the yellow and red flags. Imminent arrival of the sun. A view of downtown Melbourne. International truck by the Condamine River. The southern point of the mouth of Byron Bay. Double Island Point lighthouse porthole. The Granite Arch, placed before cranes came along. Detail work of the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Curled fungus on a fallen tree. Was I speeding officer? Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, sprouting from sparse ground cover. Gate, chained and wired. Pandanus pine backlit by sun. Brown’s Falls. Stand of eucalypt trees in a misty forest. Spirit of sport, weightlifting and er, something else, at the Kangaroo Point cliffs. Abstract art or reality? Weathered tree trunk on the sandy shore. Pandanus tree trunk. Fungus and flies: Stinkhorn fungus, phallus indusiatis. Small creek, slightly tannin stained, runs out over the beach under McKenzie’s jetty. Left overs: perhaps the rest of the boulders have rolled away. St Kilda pier and breakwater. Ducks. Lots of color from the rising sun over open sea and rocky headland. What a clever little fungus trapping its own water supply in the rainforest. Tree, rooted under water, surviving well. At the wheel. St John the Baptist Anglican church. The dangers of barbed wire, nearly costing this cow an eye. Palms and wall of the former powerhouse. Cliff dwelling lizard. Kiosk and restaurant at the end of St Kilda pier. Constantly wet, rainforest vegetation under a small waterfall. The old southern abutment of the Victoria Bridge. Towards the bow of the wrecked ship Maheno. Morning run out tide on Noosa River. Afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek. Bush Stone Curlew asleep on its feet. View south from Lennox Head to Skennars Head. The World Turns, elephant sculpture at the Gallery of Modern Art with downtown Brisbane in the background with dark skies. Natural feature called Granite Arch. Sea spray from waves breaking on Hastings Point. Moss ground cover in Weindorfer’s Forest. Storm alert over the wetlands. Art or reality; a piece of pumice stone with shellfish attached nestles beside a piece of blue jellyfish. Point Puer boys’ prison. Small cascades down the face of the escarpment into the canyon below. Old fence post and rusty wire. Moss draped branch in the rainforest. Stacked barrels at Flame Hill vineyard. Looking west over the town of Murwillumbah, the Tweed River and Mt Warning in the clouds. The underside of the jetty glows in the afternoon sun. Low tide microcosm of ripples, drainage channels, crab diggings and shellfish trails. The bottom below Goomoolahra Falls. Tiny stingless native bees, trigona, attend to their hive. Vertigo!  Green sea. Fungus in the rainforest. Vengance: The crushing station of a copper mine, now crushed by a large rock. Southward view of Port Phillip bay from Brighton Beach to Sandringham yacht club. Profusion of well-established grass trees, xanthorroea. Grasses sprouting from the granitic leaves. Cape Byron lighthouse and Byron Bay, Julian Rocks in the wide sweep north. Wangi falls and waterhole. Magnetic termite, amitermes meridionalis, mound. Purple swamphen. Ripples in the sand dune amidst organic material and sand concretions on the Kirrar Sandblow. Gardens and pond at Mavis’s Kitchen with Mount Warning looking over. Low rocky point and the southern mouth of Byron Bay. Light, shade and patters under palms in the rainforest. Sunset silhouettes the footbridge over Deep Creek. Out on a limb: possum ready to leap to the next tree. Interesting yellow flowers with red buds. A field of sea kayakers out early on Byron Bay. Carnarvon Creek winds its way through Carnarvon Gorge. Immature banksia flower. Currumbin beach from the mouth of the Currumbin Creek. Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis. Old railway bridge over the Yarra river, now pedestrian bridge adorned with sculptures, looking towards Finders Street railway station. Delicate small wild flower. Small rock arch at Webber Point off Cressy Beach. Granitic leaves. Pair of white faced herons in a tree. Narrow entry from the walls of Carnarvon Gorge to the Amphitheatre rock formation. Fungus and lichen on a tree. Antarctic supply icebreaker ship in Constitution Dock. Part of the Twin Falls. Fiery sunset lights up the sky over the eucalypts. Fire in the sky as the sun sets. Moobal Creek as it enters the Pacific Ocean at Pottsville. Rain just south of Brunswick Heads. Waiting for dinner. Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, feasting on Banksia nectar. Post of the rabbit proof fence abuts a mossy tree. Low tide exposes the worst view. Morning mist over the Tweed River. Sunset over the billabong. Low tide, late afternoon. Not so tall lighthouse.

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