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Granite

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Sea bird cleans up an oyster shell and has another to savor. A private rafter running Granite Falls in the Grand Canyon. Eucalypts and grasses established on the granite basement. Granite and blue sky. Granite boulder balanced on a granite plate. Mallee Ridge from Turtle Rock. Commercial river guides standing for a better look at Granite Rapid as they approach, with one boat in the middle of the rapid. Coomba Falls over the granites into the waterhole. Slabs of granite on the granite slope beside Bald Rock Creek. The Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail winds through the granites. Like a bonsai, small tree grows in a depression in the granite. Framed, Coomba Falls and waterhole. Fossilized giant’s mitt? Granite boulder appears to be in the process of rolling along. Boulder perched on boulders forming the Granite Arch. Granite boulder seems to have recently landed there. Purple wild-flowers growing amongst the granites. Open granite country, waiting for rain. The Sphinx rock formation, from the rear. If that boulder rolls just a little bit further it would crush the delicate flower. Small tree growing from an even smaller crack in the granite. Granite plateau at Underground Creek. Granite shore dips to crystal clear sea at Bicheno. Moss growing on a quartz rich granite rock. The Sphinx rock formation, standing proud. A 270 degree panorama of the confluence of Bald Rock and Ramsay Creeks. Coomba Falls reflected in the waterhole. The Granite Arch, placed before cranes came along. Left overs: perhaps the rest of the boulders have rolled away. Natural feature called Granite Arch.

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