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Australia

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Soft glow over the marina. Bracket fungi on tree. Mangrove flats along the Clarence River bank. The Flinders Street Train Station in downtown Melbourne, Australia. Fern shadow on granite surrounded by dry leaf litter. A view of the Sydney Opera House. Carefree pair of humpback whales surface for breath. View south from Lennox Head to Skennars Head. Knotted. A stream cascades through the rainforest. Gum tree stands side lit by the sun. Flower of the banksia, bottlebrush, a bird attractant. Very noisy and aggressive bird appeared not to like my closeness. Waterhole, jacaranda trees and clouds. Sandstone walls of Russell Gully. Early morning kayakers have passed the grasses and roots of Mill Point. A fern on the forest floor loves the damp conditions. Footbridge over Deep Creek silhouetted against sunset. Horse. Rail bridge over the Bellinger River and trees silhouetted at sunset. Small white flowers in the pale morning light. Foxtail sedge lights up. Tiny male cyclotenidae spider compared with a match head. Pig face, carpobrotus glaucescens, battles sand and wind. Mangrove trees line the Clarence River, looking down river. Fruit of the Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis, inedible Festoon Falls on Saddle-tree creek. Grass growing from a paperbark tree. Old fenceline in cattle county. Bug watch, rose breasted galah, eolophus roseicapilla. Termite mounds. Home is what you make it; a mollusc on coral in a tidal pool. Wooden bridge on a walking track through the forest. Sunrise over Hastings Point at low tide. Billabong in the late afternoon light. Fallen debris rotting away on the rainforest floor. Colored rocks at low tide. Sunset over the Snapper Creek marina. Gum tree in a field. Setting sun through the eucalypts beside McLaughlin Creek. Pre-sunrise light behind the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Guard towers at Port Arthur convict prison. Dangar falls on the Bielsdown River. Black Swan: just cruising. A smooth barked gum tree has taken root in the mouth of Two Storey Cave on the western side of Cania Gorge. Tidal shallows with algae and sea snails. Lichen growing on the side of the old boatshed on Dove Lake. Post sunset golden glow. Algal growth makes walking slippery on the Tessellated Pavement. Large, free standing termite mound. Luxurient moss where a spring fed pond creates its own mini rain forest environment. Wind-blown grass on a sand dune. Saltwater crocodile, crocodylus porosis, stands guard over a dead buffalo as the sun sets. A smooth barked gum tree has taken root in the mouth of Two Storey Cave on the western side of Cania Gorge. Tree in front of the Gallery of Modern Art, with the Brisbane River and pedestrian bridge behind. Old wharves on the northern side of the Brisbane River under the Story Bridge. Downtown Brisbane riverside early morning. The Spirit of Tasmania vehicular ferry being refuelled. Mavis’s Kitchen and Restaurant against the backdrop of Mount Warning. Yachts moored on the Noosa River. Ducks enjoying the early morning calm on the billabong. Fallen tree reflects in the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Two masted sailing boat, sails furled, in Constitution Dock. Bit of rain coming in off the coast, sea getting choppy. Shades of green, Pandanus trees and ocean water. Bearing fruit.  A Pandanus pine, pedunculatus. Low tide at the Kingfisher Bay jetty. Shallow waters of the Lake Cootharaba. Burrow, ball and deposit, a tidal ritual for crabs in the sand along the Noosa River shore. Aboriginal gravesite markers. Goanna, a monitor lizard, thinking that if it flattens itself out then it cannot be seen. Spider web catches the early morning dew, and perhaps breakfast. Multicolored afterglow just after sunset. Crossroads. Meandering seagulls leave tracks. Killarney sunset. Millers Point, Darling Harbour, Pyrmont and the Glebe Island (Anzac) Bridge from Observatory Hill, Sydney. Little Nerang Creek about to plunge over Purling Brook falls. Mangrove swamp, the Tweed River at low tide. Tree, pebbles and rocks at Mayfield Beach. Multi-colored trunks of a Tasmanian snowgum in the rain. Little inlet at Mill Point, a convenient place to beach to canoe and explore. Waves roll in to Boulder Beach past Skennars Head. Fungi collecting rain water. Flower of the native herb Hairy Oxalis, oxalis chnoodes, up close. Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Strangler fig tree takes over a rain forest tree. Windblown seed driven against the leaf of a Pandanus Pine. Duck and woodhen catching breakfast from the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Emerging flower of the Morning Glory vine, ipomoea indica, a weed species. Wallaby with young in pouch. Calm rock pool with sand ripples at Mayfield Beach. Late afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek which is barely flowing after a dry winter. Barnacle encrusted steel tie rusting away. Milky sea in a tidal pool with reflected morning light. Early morning at the jetty. South along the coast from the Tasman Arch. Textures in old timbering of the former powerhouse. Eagle Street pier with City Cat, Customs House and red City Hopper commuter transport on the Brisbane River. Activity still on Noosa River as the day fades. Panorama of The Pyramids rock formations.

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