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Granite

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Profusion of well-established grass trees, xanthorroea. A private boat in the middle of Granite Rapid. Granite, lichen and grass. Like a bonsai, small tree grows in a depression in the granite. Trees seem to sprout from any depression that might hold water on the granite. Tree root follows down a crack in the granite. Milky falls and waterhole surrounded by stunning granite formations. Bald Rock Creek trickles down to its confluence with Ramsay Creek. Granites of Girraween. Bald Rock Creek runs slowly into a pool on the granite. Milky Coomba Falls and waterhole. Dry forest granite landform and trees. Patch of blue sky framed by Turtle Rock and trees. Pools on Bald Rock Creek. Tasmanian snowgums growing in granite moraine rubble. There’s water down there, Bald Rock Creek emerges from a fallen granite overhang. View between the rocks. The Sphinx formation viewed from Turtle Rock. The Sphinx rock formation, you can almost see a face there. Stunted and weatherworn snowgum and lichen covered granite boulder at Dove Lake. Water power: Bald Rock Creek vs granite. Tree between a rock and a hard place. Turtle Rock. Granite overhang at Underground Creek. Dry grasses, granite tors and verdant grass trees, xanthorroea. Remnant pool of water on the granite from the last time it rained. Scouring of the granite creek bed. A longer exposure renders the Coomba Falls milky. A private rafter awash in a Granite Rapid wave. Falling rain dots the waterhole surface at Coomba Falls.

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