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Fraser Island

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Barnacled hull and rusty bollard of the Maheno. Low morning sun filters through paperbark trees, melaleuca, on Lake McKenzie. A lot to take in at the jetty: anglers, boats and barnacles. Tree stump decaying away on the shoreline in the crepuscular light. McKenzie’s jetty, no longer in service. White sand and blue sky: Lake McKenzie. Glowing in the understory, a foxtail sedge. Animal, vegetable or mineral?  Not sure. Clear, fresh water and white sands of Lake McKenzie. Small section of deck planking on the wrecked Maheno. The remains of the old McKenzie’s jetty, vertical piles necking down. Ripples in the sand and tannin stained creek water under McKenzie’s jetty. Jetty reflected in a tidal pool at sunset. Writing in the sand, crab style. Driftwood on the beach at low tide. Large sandblow with exhumed trees. Mock rock, a cementation of sand and organic matter. Ripples on the water and ripples in the sand of Lake McKenzie. Shipwreck Maheno: rusty bollard and spare ribs silhouetted against the sea. Tree stump catches the late afternoon sun. Rare angiopteris fern growing in Wanggoolba Creek. Holed, the rusting shell of an old boiler. Grasses and organic material on the Kirrar Sandblow. Reeds and grasses reflected in a lagoon. Recycle and reuse; a fallen paperbark tree, melaleuca, relives. Young paperbark tree, melaleuca, growing on the white sandy shore of Lake McKenzie. Backlit palm frond in the rainforest. Low tide under the old McKenzie’s jetty. Barnacle encrusted engine block of an old tractor. View north along the island’s eastern beach and smaller sandblows.

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