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Flowers of a Black Bootlace Orchid, erythrorchis cassythoides. Float and rope in the low tide mud. Cave Creek plunges downwards before entering the Natural Bridge formation. Spiral, gum tree. Fishing net trawling plane. Setting sun behind clouds above Mt Barney. Surfers out a Dolphin Point and the beach of Tea Tree Bay. Farm shed in the Kooralbyn Valley. The beach at Tea Tree Bay and across Laguna Bay to the Great Sandy National Park. Cedar Creek in Tamborine National Park. Bright red fungi appearing on a rotting log. A view of the Ferris wheel at the South Bank Parklands area of Brisbane from the Dagg’s Falls. Bird looking for supper. Delicate and furry small flower of the Wonga Wonga vine, pandorea pandorana. Vibrant rainforest near the bottom of the canyon. A tree has split apart and will likely fall, sometime. Ravaged by salt water. Lichen and moss atop a fence post. Flower of the banksia, easy to see why it’s called a bottlebrush. Humpback whale’s large blow hole awash with spray. Some of the thousands of scales on the wingtip of Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly. Rainbow over Laguna Bay through the coastal Pandanus Pine. Grasstree core. Prickly pear, an invasive plant, on the edge of the rainforest. Spirit of sport at the Kangaroo Point cliffs. Rocks and sea spray and to the Great Sandy National Park. Queenland’s Surfers Paradise Gold Coast high-rises lit by the rising sun. Bicycles for hire, all in a row. Sulfur Crested Cockatoo foot maintenance. Bird of Paradise flower, strelitzia reginae. Little Nerang Creek upstream of Purling Brook falls. Colourful Lorikeet. Granite, lichen and grass. High and sometimes dry. The wheel of Brisbane. Pandanus palm, pedunculatus, on the east coast of Fraser Island. Patterns in sea shore rocks. Wallaby mom and young joey. Flower of a wild orchid in the forest. Like a bonsai, small tree grows in a depression in the granite. Tree in Russell Gully showing the ravages of forest fire. Gentle sea swells through the trees in the early morning. Cow showing how to lick its nose. Boowinda Gorge. Chain ball. King Parrot comes in for an easy snack. Rainforest stream. Burnt log, moss and leaf litter in the rain. Wallaby mom and young joey. The open core of a rainforest tree. Breaker and spray at Hells Gates. Fallen giant in the rainforest. Stairs leading down to North Gorge. A grasstree clings to the edge of the escarpment. Kangaroo having a scratch while grazing in the morning. A storm had blown away to the south leaving the view north clear from Blowhole point to Hells Gates. Web and bark and eucalypt. Bougainvillea walk. Mosses growing on a cattle loading ramp. Queensland’s Gold Coast visible from Springbrook National Park. Colorful bark of a gum tree in the rain. Nameplates under the driver’s cab of Beyer Garratt steam locomotive 1009. The rising sun is above the horizon but obscured by clouds and yet highlighting the yet to be disturbed sand at low tide. Buddhist memorial stone at the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Patterns in the sand as the Noosa River laps against the shoreline. Mangrove and jetty at low tide on Noosa River. Fungus loving the warmth and damp on the rainforest floor. Surfers Paradise high-rises on the strip between the river and the beach. Dappled sun through the ferns on the floor of Carnarvon Gorge. Boowinda Gorge. Trees seem to sprout from any depression that might hold water on the granite. Let’s face it, wall hanging. Tree root follows down a crack in the granite. Australian dingo, canis lupus, has found something of interest on the beach. Textures and patterns in workshop buildings. Fallen tree, perhaps too large to be driftwood, on the seashore at low tide. Rust textures of a pipe connection in the shell of an old boiler. Backwater reflection. Milky falls and waterhole surrounded by stunning granite formations. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Magpie. Derelict house. Bald Rock Creek trickles down to its confluence with Ramsay Creek. Granites of Girraween. The old Burnett Heads lighthouse. Mount Dowgo forming part of the eastern side of Cania Gorge. Saddle-tree creek and walking track. What is it?  The emergent head of a fern. Pelicans trolling for supper together on the Noosa River shore. For sale at the Secret Garden gallery. Pastel light of sunrise over Noosa River. Early morning over the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Camp Creek feeds Tanninaba falls. Empty egg sacks of a Gum Tree Shield Bug, poecilometis patruelis. Carnarvon Gorge. Snapped stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus, showing its hollow structure. Kondalilla Falls. Bald Rock Creek runs slowly into a pool on the granite. Pod of pelicans lined up on a jetty on Noosa River.

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