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Noosa National Park

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Dolphin Point. Deep green sea and white spray. Pandanus Pines lining up along the rocks. Light and shade, colors and textures in weathered rock and plants. Straight down to the deep green sea. Sunrise lights up the rocky shoreline at the eastern end of Winch Cove. Australian magpie, cracticus tibicen. The westernmost end of Tea Tree Bay and across Laguna Bay to Noosa North Shore. Rocks at the mouth of the Hells Gates formation jut into the Pacific Ocean. Lion Rock at the southern end of Alexandria Bay. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, and flower behind Alexandria Bay. A small Prickly Pear Cactus on the windy and salt spray point. Nuts to you, the fruit of the Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus. Beachfront accommodation. Raging sea crashing on the rocks at the blowhole point. Across Laguna Bay to Noosa North Shore. Looking up through a Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus. A storm moves in obscuring the sunrise. Sunrise behind a Pandanus Pine. Light and shade, colors and textures in weathered rock. Through the Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, to Laguna Bay. Spongelike marine debris on the rocks of Winch Cove. Patterns in sea shore rocks. Broad sweep of Alexandria Bay south to Lion Rock. Lined up, as if by design. Waves pounding against the rocky shore. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, in the weathered rocks. Sea mist and surf at Hells Gates. Dappled morning rainforest light. Purple flower of the Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens.

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