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Fern filled side gorge off the main Carnarvon Gorge. Ruptured pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. Rainforest turpentine trees, syncarpia glomulifera, and ferns growing tall in the sand. Yellow flowers of the bottlebrush Banksia. Goomoolahra Falls. Panorama of Cambanoora Gorge at the head of the Condamine River. Hmmm. Artistic nature.  Detail of a Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus. Mickey Creek. Life on the edge, Tanninaba falls. The bottom of Festoon Falls, rainforest environment, a torrent of water enough to move large boulders when it is raining, a trickle when it’s not. Aboriginal rock art in the Cathedral Cave. Apartments at the Ken Fletcher tennis center. Evening, poolside at Kingfisher Bay Resort. Jointed and infilled rocks weathered by the sea. A lone paddle boarder at Currumbin beach in the early morning. Ball of chain. Weathered piles of McKenzie’s jetty. Golden wattle flowers, acacia. Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, captures Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, and delivers the killer throat crunch. Brisbane Post Office over Queen street. The eating end of a mottled cup moth caterpillar at work. The wind from the South Pacific Ocean moves and shapes the Kirrar Sandblow on Fraser Island. View from the exposed side of the climb to the top of Castle Rock. Oyster Rocks and the blow hole point at the southern end of Alexandria Bay. Grasses along Condamine River. Cedar Creek in Tamborine National Park. A tail to be told as a humpback whale dives. Red berries on a palm in the rainforest. Coomba Falls and waterhole milky in a long exposure on a dull day. Sunlight reflected off sand and sea amongst rocks. Sandstone bluff forming the side of Carnarvon gorge. Prickly Pear cactus and pigface. Koala joey scrambles to catch up with mom for a lift. Twin Falls. Eye of the Needle formation and Mount Norman from Castle Rock. Behind the Twin Falls looking out. The mouth of a moth. Canungra Creek runs downstream into the forest. Setting sun lights up a swampy creek on Noosa River. Tide pool, seeming dammed up with limpets, about to be swamped by the incoming tide. Mother kangaroo joey. Underside of fungus. The eastern side of Cania Gorge and the pastoral land in the valley. Silvery-gold sunset over the inlet at Agnes Waters. Castle Rock summit. Having gained some distance and elevation from the valley floor Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail looks out over the granites and eucalypts. Sunrise burns over the mangrove mud flats. International KB-3 truck. Balancing act.  Weathered boulders at the base of Mount Lindesay. The Brisbane International Airport from the train station across the road. Hillside view. Noddy Terns roosting in the island’s Pisonia trees. Beachside track meanders up-hill. Sleepy koala in a gum tree. Mount Barney. Cave Creek. Color matched fungus, perfect shape and texture. Bursting at the seams, trunk of a paperbark tree, melaleuca. The slopes below the escarpment are the resting places of many rock falls. What is this? Granite tors have tumbled down over the ages around the Coomba waterhole. Gum tree. Coomba Falls and waterhole panorama. Bald Rock Creek cuts a tortuous path through the granite. Waves enter the cavern-like Blowhole with a whump. Yachts at rest, early morning on Noosa River. Glow after the sunset throws the sand into life. Rusting nut on McKenzie’s jetty. Swimming hole, with swing rope, Upper Logan River. Low sun highlights patterns in the Blowhole point rocks. Yacht on Noosa River at dawn. Trees painted with aboriginal motifs adjacent to McKenzie’s jetty. Grasstree, xanthorrhoea, growing well on the sand. Filtered sun provides backlighting in the rainforest. Startled Red Necked wallaby. Inside the Amphitheatre rock formation. Park and fish. Cambanoora Gorge rim standing over Condamine River. The lorikeet pecks feebly at the python.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Stumers Creek backs up as it enters the sea at low tide. Sun, sand and grasses. Leaning gum tree. Frenchman’s Beach, the site of several shipwrecks. Delicate white fungus on a rotting log. Surf surging into North Gorge. Wind trail behind driftwood high on the sandblow after a passing rain shower. Dolphin Point. The sun peeks through the rainforest canopy. Dry rainforest fern in Russell Gully. The eastern side of Cania Gorge towers over Cania Gorge road. Water power: Bald Rock Creek vs granite. Misty view through the trees. Reflections in Three Moon Creek. Trees, grasses and clouds reflected in a lagoon. Across the mangroves under the Story Bridge looking north to the main weight bearing pier and the old wharves. Deep green sea and white spray. Neat. Ripples in the sand and bird tracks. Pandanus Pines lining up along the rocks.

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