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New South Wales

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Pig Face, carpobrotus glaucescens, flower contrasts the trunk of a pandanus, pedunculatus. Rhyolite cliffs beside Minyon Falls. The tide’s out, leaving abstract patterns. Pine cone. Local ferry boat MV Mirigini calls at Yamba, next stop Iluka. Morning scratch feels good! Kelp and remnants of a jellyfish on Nambucca beach. Never Never Creek, under the bridge. Silhouetted angler up early trying his luck before sunrise. A staghorn fern has attached itself to a tree over Korrumbyn Creek. Folded and jointed. Panoramic view north east over the Tweed River from the side of Mount Warning. Passing rain out to sea. Reflected light in Ballina lighthouse. Red Cedar Falls on Rosewood Creek. Tidal pool at the northern end of Boulder Beach. Cows ford the river on the way to a day in pasture. Old fence post. Fishing boat in harbour. Mount Warning from the east lit by the early morning side light. Jack's shed, the yards. Hastings Point beach, early morning. Late afternoon sun bathes the Clarence River lighthouse at Yamba. Low tide and low sun at Cudgera Creek. With the sun below the horizon the high contrast is gone leaving a soft glow. Mangrove swamp, the Tweed River at low tide. Waves roll in to Boulder Beach past Skennars Head. Nesting sea birds on one of the Three Sisters rocks off Broken Head. Late afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek which is barely flowing after a dry winter. Barnacle encrusted steel tie rusting away. Moss covered fallen tree at Dangar Falls.

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