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Queensland

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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. Birds wheeling over the inner lagoon as the waves gently lap the shore. Frenchman’s Beach. Good for fishing but dangerous swimming. Writing in the sand, crab style. Moss on a rainforest trunk. Cedar Creek Falls and pools in Tamborine National Park, Queensland, Australia. Russell Gully. Yum yum, breakfast.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Mickey Creek emerges into open tropical surrounds. Bougainvillea covered walkway in the South Bank parklands. Fractured propeller from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. Wallaby grazing at dusk. Just cruisin’ on Noosa River, late afternoon. It is a weed, but it photographs well. Steam powered siren at the powerhouse. Yachts on Noosa River in the morning calm. Whales cruising off Double Island Point. A Staghorn fern, platycerium, makes its home high on a tree in the rainforest. The rising sun well above the horizon and reflecting in the wet sand. Eastern bearded dragon, pogona barbata, laying eggs in a nice sunny spot on a trail. Cave Creek down there through the trees. Low morning sun turns the algae on the rocks golden. Carpet python, morelia spilota, attempts to withdraw a Ring Tailed Possum from a bird nesting box. Sun through the cattle yard fence by the road. Claws tensed as life ebbs away.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Humpback whale giving a rolling pec. wave. Tree consumed by drifting sand. Early morning panorama of the Pyramids rock formations. Old wharves on the northern side of the Brisbane River under the Story Bridge. Queen Mary Falls. A view of Brisbane from the Waves pounding against the rocky shore. Underside of a bracket fungus on a branch. Female satin bowerbird in a tree. Park ranger handing free samples of turtle hatchlings – not really, just for closer inspection. Farm dam, afternoon sun. The rising sun is above the horizon, behind clouds and shooting rays into the sky. Brisbane city markets at Reddacliff place in front of Brisbane City Council offices. Tawny Frogmouth, podargus strigoides, at night. Upturned tail section from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. 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.

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