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Tawny Frogmouth, podargus strigoides, at night. Walls closing in from all sides: the Amphitheatre rock formation. City Cat commuter transport powering up Brisbane River in front of downtown Brisbane. Sentinel bird on the coral beach, way beyond is the reef encircling the coral lagoon. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, in the weathered rocks. Surfing at the northern end of Teewah Beach. Dented kayaks, must have run through the non-existent river rapids. Nature’s way, telling us to leave it alone. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. Sea mist and surf at Hells Gates. Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly, right hand side. Dappled morning rainforest light. A few big old eucalypts clinging on to the granite. Beach side flower against sandy leaves. Any closer and we will bolt. Coomba waterhole, crystal clear but cold. Crystal clear water of a rainforest stream cascade. Panorama from the Mt Mee road southwards towards Brisbane city. You’re either up here, on the granites, or down there in the bush. Queen Street mall in downtown Brisbane. Guard observation tower at the rear of the Old Boggo Road jail. Twisted roots of a paperbark tree at Mill Point. Driftwood on the beach at low tide. The green and gold of wattle, acacia. Downtown Brisbane and the Brisbane River. Once was headlight. Tiny wild orchid, diprodium variegatum. Joey says to wallaby mom ‘let me back in where it’s warm’. Purple flower of the Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens. Cottage country, amid the bunya pines and winter morning mist. Pied Currawong, strepera graculina. Large sandblow with exhumed trees. Striated Pardalote, pardalotus striatus. Grasstree, xanthorrhoea, backlit by the morning sun. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, 15 minutes emerged from its pupal stage. Caterpillar, methodically munching. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis female. River tour boat up Brisbane River of little interest to a pelican. Bearded trunks. Bark texture. Calming. Pair of pink and grey (rose breasted) galahs, eolophus roseicapilla, having a chat in the forest. Lavender light of early morning sun lights the sea mist at Hells Gates. A dolphin leaps forward. This old barrel has seen better days at Flame Hill vineyard. Mock rock, a cementation of sand and organic matter. Flowers of the Wonga Wonga vine, pandorea pandorana. Boat hire depot on Noosa River. Fallen tree across a ferny gully. Outside the fence: grasstree and fence line corner. Upper front view of a skull, possibly a sugar glider, petaurus breviceps. Strange, ant attractive, secretion at the base of a gum tree. Moss proliferates in the moist warm conditions. One of the Keyhole Lakes, a suspended fresh water lake. Granite tors beside the Coomba waterhole. Ripples on the water and ripples in the sand of Lake McKenzie. Trying to have a look inside the Nodding Greenhead orchid, pterostylis nutans. International truck in a field by the Condamine River. Light and shade, colors and textures in weathered rock and plants. Roadside fence line. The long exposure turns the sea milky as the sun rises behind the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. A pleasant pastoral scene, green grass and grazing cattle. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, top side. Flower of the dietes plant, iridaceae. Graffiti on the wall of the former powerhouse. Camouflaged: kangaroo alert. The fallen; no depth to the root system. Carnarvon Gorge. Towards the abyss: a dry creek leads towards the edge of the escarpment. Looking down into the canyon at a fern high in a tree coming up from the rainforest floor. Interesting rock formation beside the Sphinx and Turtle Rock walking trail dwarfs the trees. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. Balancing act.  Weathered boulders at the base of Mount Lindesay. Deep green sea pounds the point at the blowhole. Bits of spray and a lot of turbulence as two humpback whales pass by. High grey clouds over Coomba Falls. Reflections. The Amphitheatre rock formation. Mickey Creek emerges to the open valley floor. Car trunk latch, body rusted. Fungus proliferating on a fallen tree. Boats aft in at the jetty. Russell Gully. Just after sunrise, the Scenic Rim and Wilson’s Peak. Insect made gall on a twig, possibly aeolochroma metarhodata webbing caterpillar orthaga thyrisalis tea-tree web moth. Cell Block D and external observation tower, Old Boggo Road jail. Coming towards me. Shipwreck Maheno: rusty bollard and spare ribs silhouetted against the sea. Boulders, trees and blue sky. Tree stump catches the late afternoon sun. Kangaroos in the background alert to the intruder but the foreground kangaroo continues grazing unconcernedly. The wheel of Brisbane. Purple wildflower and blackened tree stump in the shade of the granite formations. Abandoned farm shed and cows in pasture. Looking up through the Pandanus trees in North Gorge. Large egg shaped granite boulder with interesting weathering striations. Old International truck. The east facing escarpment of the Great Dividing Range. Tied up, but is it secure? Rare angiopteris fern growing in Wanggoolba Creek.

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