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Walking trail to the beach as a storm approaches. Small lichen like plant growing from a rock face. Surf rolls into Alexandria Bay as waves crash on Lion Rock to the south. Blue Faced Honeyeater. Bunya pine tree in the winter morning mist. Mottled cup moth caterpillar at work consuming a leaf. Stop here and enjoy the view of the bougainvillea walk. Larval case of a Leaf Case Moth, hyalarcta huebneri. The Sphinx formation viewed from Turtle Rock. Looking north, past the Pandanus trees to Point Lookout. Not a great water volume but Goomoolahra Falls tumbles down a sheer drop. Farm yard. Rambling creeper along the mouth of the Currumbin Creek, and looking across to the Gold Coast developments. Rainbow Lorikeet feeding on a flowering gum. The Sphinx rock formation, you can almost see a face there. Small spring fed stream. Twisted limbs of a scribbly gum. Moss on granite. Hard rock, moss, grasses and water. Baby joey koala at night descending a gum tree, by torch light. Dead tree against the blue South Pacific. Duck paddle on Noosa River. Tail fluke of one humpback whale as another one rises in the foreground. Wild flower. Looking from Purling Brook falls, down the valley of Little Nerang Creek (West Branch). Lovely Poona Lake, a perched freshwater coastal lake. How does the Pandanus tree survive the wind and salt spray in North Gorge? The Nepal Peace Pagoda nestles in amongst the trees. Drooping: Stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus, fading away by mid-morning. Sun sets over the Australian mainland, seen from Fraser Island. Patterned rocks, joints and infill. Engine timing chain. Nuts. Really tiny flower of Australian Native Cherry, exocarpos cupressiformis. Still life: fire extinguisher and nozzle. Sunset silhouettes a mangrove stump. Two together. Exposed rocks and sand at low tide. Textures in old timbering of the former powerhouse. Roots and grasses at Mill Point. Purling Brook falls, a single plunge of over 100 metres. Flowers of a Black Bootlace Orchid, erythrorchis cassythoides. Pandanus Pine and open sea light up in the sunrise. Australian King-Parrot, alisterus scapularis, adult male. Lined up. Barbed wire fence runs through open grassland towards Mt Barney. Wattle tree, acacia, around the Dr Roberts Waterhole. Looking down at Dolphin Point. Fishing and surfing. The rising sun is above the horizon shooting rays into the sky and burning through the clouds. Invitingly cool pool on the Logan River. Surf’s up along the long stretch of Sunshine Beach; swim between the flags. Panorama from Carr’s Lookout over the Condamine River valley, Wilson’s Peak prominent. Sentinel. Koala sits, arms crossed, in a small fork of a gum tree. Water power: Bald Rock Creek vs granite. Mineral sand ripples in the creek. Textures in old timbering of the former powerhouse. Tree between a rock and a hard place. Soft moss loving the moist environment. Goomoolahra Falls section. Turtle Rock. Pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. Macro view of the leaves and flower of the native herb Hairy Oxalis, oxalis chnoodes. Nuts. Bright orange bracket fungus, pycnoporus coccineus. A large tree leans towards the edge of the escarpment. Afternoon, in the morning. Old standing wall of the former powerhouse. Grass tree. Pandanus trees hanging on to the face at the mouth of North Gorge. Upper Boy-ull Creek feeding towards Twin Falls. Fresh start on a rainforest tree. How does the Pandanus tree survive the wind and salt spray in North Gorge? Is a trickle but the long exposure Upper Logan River makes it seem to be a torrent. Ducks in a row. A tangle of vines in the rainforest. Russell Gully. Raspy edged leaves of the Pandanus Pine, pedunculatus, on the sand dunes, backlit by the early sun. Intricate structure of the hive of stingless native bees, trigona. Old post, remnant of river bank protection. Small rock and the beach hosting shellfish. Several early morning surfers waiting on Dolphin Point in the first light of sunrise. Pandanus Pine with all the growth on one side away from the prevailing coastal winds. Layered and compressed colored sand on the east coast of Fraser Island. Anchor suspended near the Story Bridge. Early morning light on apartment buildings and downtown Brisbane beside the Brisbane River. Back lit fungi thriving on fallen logs. Footprints and grasses in the sand dunes. Bougainvillea covered walkway leads to the Piazza in the South Bank parklands. Spirit of sport at the Kangaroo Point cliffs. Yacht sailing past. Pegged: female satin bowerbird on the clothes line. Story Bridge looking north towards the Brisbane River and old wharves. Super moon of August 2014. Fern in the rainforest loving the winter sunlight. Large tree in New Farm park in front of the old powerhouse. Anchored. Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Gate, held together with string.

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