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New South Wales

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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. Brown and green algae on coastal rocks. 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. Rippled sand from receding waves at Nambucca beach. The setting sun casts highlights over the small boat harbor at Yamba. Replica of the original Clarence River lighthouse. Small purple flowers and Prickly Pear. The rainforest thins out, the regolith thins out and the basalt boulders show through towards the summit of Mount Warning. Still water and reflections on the Tweed River. Over the millennia the intermittent river has cut its way through the granite. Seems like an angler’s trying paradise on the Clarence River. Seagulls expecting something tasty in the kelp on Nambucca beach. Cattle yards and loading ramp. Early morning at the beach. Broken Head surf beach, and around to Cape Byron with lighthouse. Wrapped tightly. Sunrise at Angourie headland. Approaching morning storm obscures sunrise. Cape Byron lighthouse. Seashell and kelp, early morning on the beach. Fingal Head lighthouse. The southern point of the mouth of Byron Bay. Crystal Shower Falls. Beware the cattle bolt.  Old gatepost and gate. Angler throwing in a line from the footbridge over Deep Creek at sunset. Barnacle encrusted steel rail and tie rusting away. Sunrise at Angourie headland. Sunrise over the river flats at low tide on the Clarence River. Morning sun peaks through the trees in the rainforest. Not much action yet at the rubber tire swing as the sun rises over the Clarence River. Weathered draw bar of old wagon. Low morning sun on Skennars Head. Sunset over the mouth of Cudgera Creek. Norfolk Island pine, araucaria heterophylla, on Lennox Head. Low sun hits granite outcrops against a darkening sky.

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