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Australia

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Queensland’s Gold Coast visible from Springbrook National Park. Colorful bark of a gum tree in the rain. Nameplates under the driver’s cab of Beyer Garratt steam locomotive 1009. The rising sun is above the horizon but obscured by clouds and yet highlighting the yet to be disturbed sand at low tide. Southern end of Seven Mile Beach at Lennox Head township. Buddhist memorial stone at the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Tangle of tiny plants and flowers in a hostile environment at Tasman Arch. Patterns in the sand as the Noosa River laps against the shoreline. Mangrove and jetty at low tide on Noosa River. Fungus loving the warmth and damp on the rainforest floor. Surfers Paradise high-rises on the strip between the river and the beach. Dappled sun through the ferns on the floor of Carnarvon Gorge. Drift wood cast high on Boulder Beach. Boowinda Gorge. Trees seem to sprout from any depression that might hold water on the granite. Let’s face it, wall hanging. Hand worked sandstone window sill in the prison hospital. Tree root follows down a crack in the granite. Australian dingo, canis lupus, has found something of interest on the beach. Low surf rolling into Little Bay. Early morning rain shower over the flooded coastal area. Sun’s up, surfers and fishers are out. A view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House from the Government House lawn. Textures and patterns in workshop buildings. Passing rain out to sea. Fallen tree, perhaps too large to be driftwood, on the seashore at low tide. Rust textures of a pipe connection in the shell of an old boiler. Backwater reflection. Milky falls and waterhole surrounded by stunning granite formations. Bird high in a dead tree in the wetlands. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Opened Banksia nut. Magpie. Derelict house. Bald Rock Creek trickles down to its confluence with Ramsay Creek. Swamp growth. Granites of Girraween. The old Burnett Heads lighthouse. Seagulls finding things of interest on the rocks after the tide is out. Mangrove tree growing quite well in the saline estuarine waters of the Clarence River. Storm over Cook Island. The Sydney Convention Center and Harbourside, at Darling Harbour, Sydney. Mount Dowgo forming part of the eastern side of Cania Gorge. Saddle-tree creek and walking track. Merest trickle of water in the boulder strewn creek bed. Views over the New South Wales north coast. What is it?  The emergent head of a fern. Dawn over Lake Ainsworth through the Paperbark trees. Pelicans trolling for supper together on the Noosa River shore. The setting sun is just a golden orb over the small boat harbor at Yamba. For sale at the Secret Garden gallery. Pottsville beach under dark skies. Melbourne Convention Centre. Pastel light of sunrise over Noosa River. Large saltwater crocodile, crocodylus porosis, on the bank of the billabong. Early morning over the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Sand swirl and colored rocks at low tide. Water birds looking for supper in the shallows while a yachts sail on the lake. Camp Creek feeds Tanninaba falls. Empty egg sacks of a Gum Tree Shield Bug, poecilometis patruelis. Pedestrian bridge over the Yarra River towards Finders Street railway station. Bird fishing at dusk in Mindil creek. Carnarvon Gorge. Snapped stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus, showing its hollow structure. Kondalilla Falls. Bald Rock Creek runs slowly into a pool on the granite. Pod of pelicans lined up on a jetty on Noosa River. Sandstone walls of Russell Gully. Wrought iron device above the doorway of the central guard tower at the prison. Sparkling sea just after sunrise. Rusting away, the wrecked Maheno. The rear of the Cathedral of St Stephen in downtown Brisbane. Sunset, Spring Creek as it becomes Queen Mary Falls. Panorama of the Canungra Valley and the mountains of the scenic rim. Looks like a tree but is creepers having taken over and covered a tree now gone. Submerged and twisted roots of a paperbark tree at Mill Point. The face of Mount Lindesay from Mount Lindesay Highway. Wombat berry, eustrephus latifolius. Morning mist delineates the spider web. Rainforest track. An old piece of equipment, rusting away, abandoned on the river side. Root ball, or plate in this case. Tide pool and reflections of Pandanus Pines and blue sky. Details of the rear drive train of Beyer Garratt steam locomotive 1009. CityCat passenger ferry motoring up river in front of the old powerhouse. Mosses growing on a cattle loading ramp. Cattle loading race. Colors and textures on Port Melbourne pier. Yachts in Constitution Dock. Line up of stand up paddle boards at dusk on the Noosa River. Reeds in Angourie Blue Pool. Lake Cootharaba lapping at Mill Point. Small fishing boat trawling up Brisbane River. Pandanus pine against the sea. Inside the Separate Prison looking at the exercise yards. Cable free, the wrecked ship Maheno on the east cost of Fraser Island. Morning sun hits the yacht club and downtown Melbourne. Noosa River boat hire catering for all tastes. Alighted; Kookaburra scrounging for tit-bits (but what’s that in its beak?). Surf rolls in just after sunrise.

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