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Large sandblow with exhumed trees. Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, and beachside trees and grasses stabilize the dunes. Abandoned remote control toy boat on the Scrubby Creek billabong. Chief Warden’s quarters at the Old Boggo Road jail. Caterpillar, cunningly disguised as a splurt of bird dropping. Fungi growing on an old tree stump. Freshly emerged stinkhorn fungus, aseroe rubra, spreads its arms to welcome insects to the malodorous slime. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Blue Faced Honeyeater finds something of interest. Are you looking at me? Baby joey koala at night, by torch light. Dead and desiccated Tern on the coral sand, victim of sticky Pisonia tree seeds. Southern anchor pier of the Story Bridge. Bunya pine tree in the morning mist. Bit of a stretch, the wrecked ship Maheno. Bolted down, an old boiler in the sand. Diving humpback whale glinting in the sun. Eucalypts and grasses established on the granite basement. Lined up for a day’s fun on Noosa River. Albert street church with many metaphors; the red line leads down, green man walk now, one way sign. Spider sets a trap on a flower. Coffee rock, sand cemented by organic matter, in the sandblow. Flowers and nuts. North Gorge. Granite and blue sky. Grasstree Shimmers in the breeze. Granite boulder balanced on a granite plate. Riveted shell of an old boiler, rusting away on the beach. Epilogue to Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, other lorikeets watch the drama. Black Swans: something looks interesting there. Front of the old powerhouse, now an arts precinct. Flowers of a Black Bootlace Orchid, erythrorchis cassythoides. Palm tree locked and chained. Here’s looking at you.  Koala mother and joey (baby). Mollusc finds refuge in an old oyster shell at low tide. Life guard on duty poolside at the South Bank parklands. Reflected body; pelican on the Noosa River shore. Trunk of a paperbark tree, melaleuca, beside a lagoon in the early morning sun. Early morning light over empty Noosa River jetty. Branch of a Pandanus Pine overlooks the sea and rocks. Mallee Ridge from Turtle Rock. Looks soft and inviting, apart from spiders and reptiles also resident. Tanninaba falls. Trees standing starkly in the early morning light at Mill Point. Lotto, the cattle dog, loves the water. From the stern looking forward, the wrecked Maheno. The rising sun blazes a path across the sea. Humpback whale, orange patches on the white flank. Farm house. Fallen tree, twisted by the weather and wind, the grasses holding on to the coral sand. Grass springs up like a little ray of sunshine. Surf and sea spray at sunrise. The Cathedral of St Stephen in downtown Brisbane. Synchronized swimming, three humpback whales. Red berries among hanging moss. Maintenance free fiberglass. Rusting old boiler shell from steam powered days at the McKenzie timber operation. Fence in a mossy gondwana land forest. Rocks and grasses around Upper Logan River. Colors and textures of sunrise over the rocks. Amid the mangroves. Broken coral make up the beach and shore line of the island and provide home to molluscs. Flower riverside. South Pacific revisited. Early morning light reflects off the wet rocks at low tide. Sandstones of Cania Gorge. High-rises along the Surfers Paradise beach. Noosa River calm just after dawn. Looking east, Pandanus trees and ocean water. Waves roll in to Hells Gates. Low tide exposes the coral reef plateau. Steel wheel, old cart. Plants flowering in dry conditions. Relentless surf against the rocks at the southern end of the beach. Just a head, an Eastern Blue Tongue lizard, tiliqua scincoides. Carnarvon Gorge. Sailing ship Maranoa at marina berth. City Cat commuter transport on the Brisbane River from Kangaroo Point cliffs. The smelly slime of the stinkhorn fungus aseroe rubra attracts a fly to spread its spores. Jetty at dawn on Noosa River. The flies love it: Very smelly, sticky, stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus. Tiger crane fly, nephrotoma australasiae. Golden Curtain Crust fungi, stereum ostrea, populate a fallen log in the rainforest. Cactus in open woodland beside Three Moon Creek. Sprays of delicate white wildflowers. Coomba Falls over the granites into the waterhole. Sunrise from Carr’s Lookout, just before the sun appears, Wilson’s Peak in silhouette. Cave Creek makes its way quietly through the rainforest. Fence post wired to a tree. Kayak and fishing boats. Bright fungus in the morning light. Body of a Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes. Fallen tree over Cronin Creek hosts moss and bracket fungus. Bunya pines reaching high into the rainforest canopy. Dune stabilizing grasses and plants against a stormy sky. Slip way ready for the next boat. A Pisonia tree, shallow rooted, has fallen over and then continued growing strongly upwards. Pandanus Pine overlooks Alexandria Bay south to Lion Rock. Rising sun backlights the rocky Blowhole point. Lilac tones of late afternoon sun through the trees. Up and away, McKenzie’s jetty from the land end.

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