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Creeks and Streams

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Upper Boy-ull Creek feeding towards Twin Falls. Spring Creek tumbles over Queen Mary Falls. Canungra Creek. The amazing Matkatamiba Canyon. Private whitewater rafters enjoying a dip in Matkatamiba Creek. Morning surf at Hastings Point beach from the mouth of Cudgera Creek. Upper feed to Tolmer Falls. A walk on the beach at sunset. Rafters hiking to Deer Creek Falls in the Grand Canyon. Late afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek. Eli Creek flows cleanly and swiftly through the paperbark trees towards to sea. Moss covered rocks in a mountain stream. Beach scene of paperbark tree, creek and RIB. Mindil creek drains to the sea at sunset. A river guide helping passengers navigate a narrow side canyon. A 270 degree panorama of the confluence of Bald Rock and Ramsay Creeks. Cave Creek tumbles through the rainforest. A small flash flood in a small Grand Canyon side stream empties into boats tied up to shore. Brown’s Falls. Johnston Creek in Johnston Canyon, Banff National Park. Small creek, slightly tannin stained, runs out over the beach under McKenzie’s jetty. Afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek. Deer Creek Falls at its confluence with the Colorado River. A seasonal creek running across the Sonoma Overlook Trail in a rainstorm. The bottom below Goomoolahra Falls. Wangi falls and waterhole. Moss covered rocks in a mountain stream. Sunset silhouettes the footbridge over Deep Creek. Cold clear water of a mountain stream. Moobal Creek as it enters the Pacific Ocean at Pottsville.

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