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Glowing in the understory, a foxtail sedge. Animal, vegetable or mineral?  Not sure. Fraser Island walking trail. Line of three and a boat. Waterfall in the Moss Garden formation. Harry’s Hut, old loggers camp. The Queensland Sciencecentre. By the mid-morning of the first day since emerging the stinkhorn fungus aseroe rubra is armless. Now how on earth did that get there? Tiny wild orchid, diprodium variegatum. Driftwood stranded after the tide has receded. Large tree offers some shade over a cattle loading race. Fungus growing on the sawn end of a fallen tree. Side wall and rear observation tower of the Old Boggo Road jail. Appears as if someone has been at the side of this humpback whale with a marker pen drawing the evil eye (and there’s a largish scar too). Raging sea crashing on the rocks at the blowhole point. Clear, fresh water and white sands of Lake McKenzie. Across Laguna Bay to Noosa North Shore. Brisbane city hall across King George square. Black Swans looking for an early morning feed. Memorial plaque located at B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy, crash site. Reflections in a pool in the dormant Bald Rock Creek. Tiny rainforest flower. Aerial roots of a fig tree. Looking up through a Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus. Small section of deck planking on the wrecked Maheno. Stumped: Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. A storm moves in obscuring the sunrise. Barbed leg of a grasshopper. Crystal clear sea at Currumbin. Walls of Cania Gorge. The remains of the old McKenzie’s jetty, vertical piles necking down. Front drive train of Beyer Garratt steam locomotive 1009. Sunrise behind a Pandanus Pine. Heavily barnacled skin and fin of a humpback whale. The morning sun side lights the forest trees along a walking track. National park statue Past history and future hope representing humans interacting with the forest. Sunflower seed for breakfast: Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree. Light and shade, colors and textures in weathered rock. Bright bush in a dry setting. Turbulent sea channels up North Gorge. Weathered rock and the sea which weathers it. Ripples in the sand and tannin stained creek water under McKenzie’s jetty. Chromed logo and rusted panel. Through the Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, to Laguna Bay. Arched frame and window of workshop buildings. A small fern thrives from the rainforest floor. Road bridge over Canungra Creek at the camp ground. Prickly Pear, one fruit, backdrop Mt Barney. Fungus pops out from leaf litter. Details of the front drive train of Beyer Garratt steam locomotive 1009. Spongelike marine debris on the rocks of Winch Cove. Fern growing on the underside of a granite boulder. Seagull against the morning light on the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Island ambulance, 4-wheel drive with sand recovery ramp. Patterns in the sand along the Noosa River. Trees buried by drifting sand. A view of the South Bank Parklands area of Brisbane from the Winter afternoon reflections on the Scrubby Creek billabong. Yellow pom-pom wild flower. Mossy tree with creeper. Patterns in sea shore rocks. Beach debris. Old fence line. Walls of Cania Gorge. Textures of the rainforest. Fallen tree, long after a forest fire, provides habitat for reptiles and insects. Spring fed pond creates its own mini rain forest environment, quite different from the dry forest above. Downtown Brisbane and the Brisbane River. The sun penetrates into a ferny side gorge. Mother koala laying back, relaxing, at night by torch light. New growth around a eucalypt tree ravage by forest fire. View south along the eastern beach of Fraser Island. Pandanus pine clinging in the cleft. Reflections. Coast guard vessels rendezvous. Framed: the rotunda in New Farm park. The tide is out and the sun has yet to rise. Mount Lindesay. Paperbark trees. Broad sweep of Alexandria Bay south to Lion Rock. A small tree hosts smaller plants in the rainforest. Kangaroos grazing on open grass. Jetty reflected in a tidal pool at sunset. Pre-sunrise light on the mangrove flats at low tide. Wire strainers on a mossy corner post. Three Moon Creek just after sunrise. The Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail through the granites of Girraween. Granite and grasses surround the waterhole. Lined up, as if by design. Lily pads on the waters of the billabong. Peacock, pavo cristatus, looking back. Monitor lizard lurking in the leaves. Wheel hub, part of a horse drawn farm implement. Chain and lock plus galvanised chain. Tangled web of ties. Typical Australian roadside scene; gum trees and dry grass. Mundora Creek trickles towards Goomoolahra Falls. The architecture of the Queensland Conservatorium blends into the South Bank parklands.

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