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Like a desert scene, the Kirrar Sandblow on Fraser Island. Fruit of Australian Native Cherry, exocarpos cupressiformis. Dinghy beached. Flowers of the dunes. Reflected. Tidal pool at Stumers Creek mouth with stormy sea. Juvenile wombat. Double Island Point lighthouse. Complex trunk. Like ruffs, rainforest fungi. Limpets, patellogastropoda, tide pools and incoming tide at sunrise. Gnarled and twisted gum tree reaching for the sky. Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly, topside. Perhaps not a very effective fence. Spiral sculpture at Kangaroo Point cliffs. Reeds and grasses reflected in a lagoon. Old farm equipment in a field along the Condamine River road. Watchful Kookaburra. Noosa River everglade discovery. Patterns in the sand in the early morning. Fungus in the rainforest. Recycle and reuse; a fallen paperbark tree, melaleuca, relives. Young paperbark tree, melaleuca, growing on the white sandy shore of Lake McKenzie. Intricate structure of the hive of stingless native bees, trigona. Red Necked wallaby posing for the camera. Grasses on granite. Grass plus wind equals patterns in the sand. Setting sun shoots rays over Mt Barney. Walking track along the wall of the canyon. Mother wallaby with baby joey in pouch. Boy-ull Creek leads away into the rainforest from Twin Falls. Coastal driftwood. The Nepal Peace Pagoda in the South Bank Parklands in Brisbane. Walking track between the wall of the canyon and a fallen slab. Water power: Bald Rock Creek vs granite. Early sun lights the cliffs of Cambanoora Gorge. Backlit palm frond in the rainforest. Love that texture: fungus growing on tree. Fishing nets stowed. Easy to see the dam for the trees. Low tide under the old McKenzie’s jetty. Grasses lining Stumers Creek. Flower of the wild iris, dietes grandiflora. The rocky shore line of Tea Tree Bay. Service at the ANZAC memorial, New Zealand flag at half-mast. A lone angler silhouetted by sunrise on the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Early in the morning, just a hint of breeze breaking the flat surface. Barney View Uniting church. Little Cove and the main beach of Noosa. Queen Mary Falls. Secured. A gnarled rainforest giant reaches up for the light. Old rusting farm shed with Mount Barney behind. Park bench under the Story Bridge on the bank of the Brisbane River. The waves surge in to North Gorge. A still section of Upper Logan River. Barnacle encrusted engine block of an old tractor. Tiny stingless native bees, trigona, attend to their hive. Granite landscape. King Orchid Crevice on the western side of Cania Gorge, overlooking the eastern walls of Cania Gorge. Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Koala having a rest in a fork before heading up-tree for a feed. Whale Rock blow hole in North Gorge. Cave Creek plunges downwards before entering the Natural Bridge formation. Posing for the photo: Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, cacatua galerita. Possibly cooling water intake structure of the old powerhouse. Car in the forest being reclaimed by the elements. Mouth wide open as a carpet python, morelia spilota, gulps down a rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Close up colored lichen on granite. Cemetery housing pioneering families of Beaudesert, many of whom were from Ireland. Flower spike of a grass tree, xanthorrhoea johnson11. Sun sets over a dam on McLaughlin Creek. White Heron on the lookout. View north along the island’s eastern beach and smaller sandblows. Banksia flower catches the sun. Misty morning in the forest, along the fire access trail. Small stream and rock pools. Getting in close for a good look at a water lizard. Sandstones of Cania Gorge. Sturdy turpentine tree, syncarpia glomulifera, in the rainforest. The bird can see what’s happening.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Healthy looking Australian dingo, canis lupus dingo, prowling the edge of the surf. Lean to the left. Wild flowers. Carvings of the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Twin Falls, or is it twin trickle? Jet skiers on the Brisbane River. A lone angler silhouetted by sunrise on the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, takes its last breath as a Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, reviews breakfast. Soft pastel light as the sun sets. Farm house has seen better days, but it has a nice view over the pasture. Granite, grasses, blue sky and dry forest. Lady Musgrave Island at the lower end of the Great Barrier Reef, a long way out from the mainland. Birds on the deck rigging. Orb of sun through clouds. In the dunes. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, in the process of hatching. Surf sand patterns at sunrise on Alexandria Bay. Saddle-tree creek and the detritus left from the last flood. Farm sheds and grazing cows.

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