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Australia

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Rain approaching Lennox Head town. Bare granites scoured by Bald Rock Creek, the Pyramid in the background. Old bridge, now pedestrian bridge, over the Yarra River and the Crown casino. Whump, as waves enter the cavern-like Blowhole. Lots of interesting things for birds on the tip of the island. Royal Automobile Club CareFlight helicopter takes off with a medivac. A pair of wallabies in the morning sun beside the wetlands. The rocky point of Cape Schanck from the top of the lighthouse. Sun rising over tidal pools. Tubular bells perhaps.  Flower in the riverside swamp ground. Ford crossing the Condamine River. Mob of kangaroos grazing in the afternoon sun adjacent the Cape Schanck Lighthouse reserve. Brisbane’s central railway station. Grasses and trees growing on the granite formations overlooking the valley. Hang glider soaring above Lennox Head. Promised Land Road. Driftwood posing in the sunrise. Purple Pea bush, hovea acutifolia. Rock pools off the side of the main gorge. Wallaby mom and joey. Textures of Weindorfer’s Forest, moss covered tree trunk. Passing pelican on Noosa River. Hop, skip and launch.  Australian Darter takes off. Late afternoon sun over Brown’s Creek. Yawning saltwater crocodile, crocodylus porosis. It’s been a long day. Sheoak tree sheds its nuts on to the sand in the hope that one seed might germinate. The Sydney Harbour Bridge from Dawes Point Park. Still life: fire extinguisher and nozzle. Rainforest walking trail. Wind and salt spray battered, a Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, stands over Winch Cove. Look behind the satin bowerbird to see who else is watching. Morning sun floods highlights ripples in the sand north along Fraser Island. The Association to Preserve Asian Culture Peace Bell at the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Tide’s out as the first light of the sun rises hits the rocks. Bank of the Brisbane river, lizard perhaps waiting for the ATM to open. Ferries and the Sydney Opera House from the other side of Sydney Cove. Waves roll in on the rocks exposed at low tide on Nambucca beach. Bounding dog. Paradise falls. Cable driven vehicular ferry on Noosa River. Twin Falls. Bunya pine tree in the morning mist. Molluscs and algae on coral in a tidal pool. Upper Logan River barely a river high in the rainforest. End of a day sailing at the Albert Sailing Club. Almost full moon, in the afternoon through the palms. Along a cell block. Pelicans having a morning stretch on Noosa River. Elevated walkway over the rainforest. Reflections at the bottom of a granite ravine. Mt. Barney and the Kooralbyn Valley. City Hopper commuter transport and moored boats on the Brisbane River against the City Botanical Gardens. Flower stall at the Queen Victoria Market. Textures of an old tree, enhanced by a piece of Spanish Moss. Reflection. The rocks directly below Cape Schanck lighthouse from the top of the lighthouse. Ex Royal Australian Airforce Winjeel CA-25 airplane at Ballina airport. Mount Dowgo and the roadside fence line. Waves break over the rocks of Fingal Head. Bunya pines dwarfs the other rainforest trees. City Cats, commuter transport on the Brisbane River near Captain Cook Bridge. Why did the duck cross the road? Lichen covered and rotting away, old split log fence. Abandoned and collapsing farm shed. Surfer does well with low swell. The first rays of the morning sun hit downtown Melbourne. Seagull turns its head on surfer and paddle boarder. Mossy boulder in a dry creek bed. Moss covered fallen tree on the slope above Wanggoolba Creek. Small bush and wildflowers. Large termite mound. Sunrise from Carr’s Lookout, Wilson’s Peak in silhouette. Pandanus Pine above Tea Tree Bay. Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Mundora Creek winds its way towards the edge of the canyon. Look carefully, see who’s hiding behind the scurvy weed flower. Reflections. The brightly colored flower of the scurvy weed, commelina diffusa. Rainforest trail. Purling Brook falls, a low flow of water but still spectacular. Boat hire on Noosa River. Boowinda Gorge. Koala, wedged in a fork and sleeping. Misty cliff face rising from Dove Lake to Cradle Plateau. Saddle-tree creek as it disappears over Festoon Falls. Gentle waves on the coral beach, in the distance seems like breakers but is just low waves on shallow coral reef. Colors and textures of an automotive repair shop. Rocks and tidal pools at the point at South West Rocks. Tawny Frogmouth, podargus strigoides, at night. Rays of the setting sun light the mountains. Boulders of Boulder Beach. Pandanus Pines, pedunculatus, against the clear blue morning sky. Boulder strewn Condamine River. A small stream about to cascade over the escarpment. Australian dingo, canis lupus, on the beach. Passing rain out to sea. Lean. Give me a hand, would you? Just above the horizon, the sun sets over the Australian mainland. Azure kingfisher, right hand face.

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