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Noosa National Park

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Patterns in the sand. Piece of driftwood on the rocks at Hells Gates. Low sun rises over the point at the blowhole. Very welcoming Pandanus Pine. Sea surges into crevices in the rocky point. Troubled waters of Laguna Bay. Windswept Blowhole point just after sunrise. Waves breaking on the rocks and flying spray. Rising sun and a rain shower through the rainforest. Winch Cove. Stunted and weather beaten vegetation on Blowhole point at the southern end of Alexandria Bay. Sunrise hits the Pandanus Pine. Proliferation of Pandanus Pines. Early morning sun cuts through the sea mist at Hells Gates. Through the Pandanus Pines a surfer waits at Little Cove. Rocky beach of Winch Cove. Formation known as the Devils Kitchen.  What’s cooking? Surf and rocks. Surf rolling in to the Devils Kitchen. Storm has passed and the sky is clearing above the rocks and surf. Trailside vegetation. Looking north into Granite Bay past the Pandanus pines, pedunculatus. Snail trail: Get out of my way. Pale-lined tropical rock crab, grapsus albolineatus. Eastern end of Tea Tree Bay and Dolphin Point. Pale moon rising over the point at Hells Gates shortly after sunrise. Flying spray. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, creeps across the sand between weathered rocks. Reflections of the rocky crag of the Hells Gates point in a tide pool. Quick shot of rocks and breaking waves before getting drenched. Pandanus pine in fruit.

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