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Grasstree, xanthorrhoea, growing well on the sand. Filtered sun provides backlighting in the rainforest. Startled Red Necked wallaby. Pratt and Whitney radial engine from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. 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. The rainforest reclaims a fallen tree and hosts new life. By the mid-morning of the first day since emerging the stinkhorn fungus aseroe rubra is armless. A wader scans the Noosa River for food. Rocky face looks over the South Pacific Ocean. Mangrove tree exposed at low tide, later afternoon. Light and shade, colors and textures in weathered rock and plants. Straight down to the deep green sea. Good girl? Highlighting the wings of a Teddy Bear bee, amegilla bombiformis. Moss and fungus in the rainforest. A view of Brisbane from the Stunted but growing trees on the summit of Castle Rock. Cemetery housing pioneering families of Beaudesert, many of whom were from Ireland. Remnant of a tree long fallen in the rainforest. The small granite escarpment at Underground Creek. Clouds over the Pacific Ocean, looking East from Currumbin beach. Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Crest of Queen Mary Falls, frozen in the afternoon sun. Goat family for sale at the Secret Garden gallery. It’s a race, Pelican vs Ducks. Wall breech topped with broken glass, Old Boggo Road jail. Front edifice of the Old Boggo Road jail. Calliope Range easterly from Kroombit Tops National Park. Relatively dry cave formed between the wall of the canyon and a fallen slab. Colorful butterfly stands out against the dry and colorless background. Farm shed, partially painted. Empty egg sacks of a Gum Tree Shield Bug, poecilometis patruelis. Swimming hole on the Upper Logan River. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, immature male. Centrepiece planter at the Southside Sustainability Centre. What is it? Ledge fungus becomes bigger than the host tree. The clock tower of Brisbane city hall. Old pump house on the bank of the Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Large tree, old and scarred but still vital in New Farm park. Towards Frenchman’s Beach and Point Lookout from Headland Park. Sculptures: goat family for sale at the Secret Garden gallery. Reflections in the pond beside the old pump house upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Oh dear, tractor no longer in service. Lake’s edge. Riverside view of the former powerhouse. Bed of a dry creek leads towards the edge of the escarpment. Busy bees; stingless native bees, trigona, attend to their hive. Mangrove sprouting at low tide. Sunrise lights up the rocky shoreline at the eastern end of Winch Cove. Staghorn ferns, platycerium, and orchids growing in King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge. The Overhang on Russell Gully. Soft furry moss in a secluded rain forest environment. Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, with its captured Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Rim of Cambanoora Gorge, horses grazing at the edge of the grass. Australian magpie, cracticus tibicen. Old and twisted tree at a mountain winery. Duck out for supper on the Noosa River. Persistent: Uprooted mangrove sprouting. The Amphitheatre rock formation. Looking down on the top of a skull, possibly a sugar glider, petaurus breviceps. Starry night. Mangrove tree stands in front of abandoned McKenzie’s jetty. Driftwood blown on to the beach, and a lot of sea and sky. The westernmost end of Tea Tree Bay and across Laguna Bay to Noosa North Shore. Gum tree reflected in the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Elkhorn fern, platycerium bifurcatum. Small run-about boat, in local parlance a tinnie. Kangaroo Point cliffs and a City Hopper on the Brisbane River. Rocks at the mouth of the Hells Gates formation jut into the Pacific Ocean. A small stream runs into the canyon rainforest. Condamine River meanders through Cambanoora Gorge. Perched lake on the sand of Fraser Island. Setting sun lights up the tidal flats. A new fern frond about to burst forth. Spring Creek at Queen Mary Falls. Upper Logan River emerging from the rainforest. Aluminum dinghy chained to palm tree.

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