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New South Wales

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Crash. Coastal flowers in the winter sun. Rain storm passes over Byron Bay town beyond Cape Byron lighthouse. Broken Head sea foam. Under the footbridge over Deep Creek in fading light. Lead in line, kelp and shadow. Sun almost gone over the Bellinger River. Waterfall without the falling water. Ballina lighthouse, morning sun. Waves lapping on the beach at Cabarita. Receding tide exposes a sand bar with lots of good pickings for birds. Rising sun burning through. The undercut bank of Korrumbyn Creek held together by tree roots in the late afternoon light. Byron Bay lighthouse to the north from Lennox Head. Reflections of the rainforest in Korrumbyn Creek. Old weathered tree roots in the boulder debris field of Bat Cave Creek at the foot of Protesters Falls waterfall. Sunrise on surf. Red berries. Well weathered abandoned loading ramp. Whoosh! Surf crashes on the rocks after sunrise. Cape Byron lighthouse and Tallow Beach. Not a drop, pipe and tap long out of service. Large bracket fungus on a rotting tree in the rainforest. Fishing fleet at Iluka. Surfers out just after sunrise between Fingal Head and Cook Island. Sun almost above the horizon. Taking the dog for a morning walk. Fence corner post along Promised Land Road. Bush Stone Curlew. Sunrise and surf at Flat Rock. Deformed and twisted sedimentary rock with a quartz stringer on Nambucca beach. Morning reflections in the Tweed River. Surfers at Cabarita beach. Fingal Head lighthouse nestled amongst the Pandanus Pines, pedunculatus. How did that get there?  Granite boulder perched on high. The sun is a few minutes after rising but is well established in the sky and leaving a long reflected trail in the sea. Low level road bridge over Never Never Creek. Steep drop down to the sea from the Cape Byron lighthouse. Panorama of the Three Sisters rocks off Broken Head, home to numerous sea birds. Water lilies and ducks on the pond at Mavis’s Kitchen. Vertical panorama of Protesters Falls waterfall. Calmer Byron Bay and raging Pacific Ocean at Cape Byron lighthouse. Seagulls resting amid the paperbark tree root tangles. Green Island, appropriately named, from Smoky Cape. Gnarled and twisted trunk of a tree growing on the granite plateau. Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus, bearing fruit. Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus, stands at Fingal Head as a storm approaches over the sea. Into the light on the Clarence River. Old rail rusting away. Pelican looking for breakfast in the sunrise on the Clarence River.

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