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Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, uncoils from the now lifeless body of a Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Tea Trees at Tea Tree Bay. Fruit of the Pandanus Pine. Footprint in the mineral sands. Algae covered coffee rock, a cementation of sand and organic matter. Bearded dragon lizard, pogona, in the forest with full defences up. Boy-ull Creek cascades into the rainforest below Twin Falls. Granite overhang at Underground Creek. Cell Block D inside the Old Boggo Road jail. Retired.  Wheels of an old tractor, half buried in the sand. Fluke or two: humpback whales. Rippled. Fungus growing on a charred tree stump. An old piece of equipment, abandoned on the river side. Tongue flick to taste the air. Reeds lining Three Moon Creek. Upper Logan River. Resin stained, smooth barked eucalypt. Running water, rocks and log. Pollen storage cells of stingless native bees, trigona. Carpet Python snake, Morelia spilota, losing grip on the lifeless body of a Rainbow Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Cedar Creek Falls in Tamborine National Park, Queensland, Australia. Rusting ribs, the wrecked ship Maheno on the east cost of Fraser Island. A large ledge fungus melds itself to a eucalyptus tree. Low afternoon sun catches the trees around a dam on McLaughlin Creek. Flowers of the Pig Face, carpobrotus glaucescens, dot the sand dunes. Charred fallen log in the forest. Over Picnic Bay to Winch Cove. Little falls. Condamine River tumbles along. Relentless roll of the sea past the headland. Boowinda Gorge. Dry grasses, granite tors and verdant grass trees, xanthorroea. Small creek with a few mangroves, runs out over the beach under the McKenzie’s jetty. Wedged; slabs of rock off the canyon wall. Above Twin Falls. A wader breakfasts on a shrimp in Noosa River. Old wheelbarrow, now planter. Well buttressed rain forest tree. This sure smells good. Flies flock to fresh stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus. Backlit sea spray from the waves breaking on the point. Freshly emerged stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus. Remnant pool of water on the granite from the last time it rained. Noosa River jetty. Piece of driftwood on the rocks at Hells Gates. Forest walking track in the morning. The rising sun and clouds reflected in the wet sand at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Scouring of the granite creek bed. Boat bollard, not in use. Windmill gear. Rusting rivets of an old boiler. Grasses in the sand. Let’s punch a hole through this wall for a pipe. Abandoned.  Old farm house. Up close and personal with a Nodding Greenhead orchid, pterostylis nutans. Twin blow holes of a humpback whale sucking in air. Gnarled base of a large rainforest tree. Detail under old cart. High and dry amid the mangrove mud. Track along the wall of the canyon passes under fallen slabs and rocks. Relentless waves of sand move over Fraser Island. Mother kangaroo, and not so little joey feeding. Front view of a tiny hairy petalled flower in the forest. Tourist ride, the old way. Butterfly Lake, a perched lake on the sand of Fraser Island. A longer exposure renders the Coomba Falls milky. Looking around, group of birds in a dead tree. Study in rust on the wrecked Maheno. Carlo sandblow from Double Island Point. Brisbane City Cat ferry terminal at New Farm park. Early morning mist over the lagoon. The rotunda in New Farm park. Pelican having a morning stretch on Noosa River. Little Nerang Creek about to plunge over Purling Brook falls. Green bench fungus thriving on a fallen tree. The crown of a bunya pine catches the morning sun. Boowinda Gorge. A maze of grasstree, xanthorrhoea. Rocky bank of the Condamine River. McKenzie’s jetty, although unusable, has stood the test of time, around 150 years, so far. Small beach on the Brisbane River at the Kangaroo Point cliffs. Storm clouds cover the peak of Mt Barney. Ferny creek bed in the mist. Claw. No longer in use. Abandoned farm shed. Looking down on the remains of the old McKenzie’s jetty. Storm clouds over Mill Point in HDR. Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Crimson Rosella, eating breakfast. Falling rain dots the waterhole surface at Coomba Falls. Floating restaurant on Noosa River. Fungi and moss at the base of a rainforest tree. Sandblow, sand dune moving through and over the trees. Prickly Pear Cactus, an invasive plant, along the fenceline. Statue in ANZAC Square. Limb free trunks of Bunya pines. Looking down, beach from sandblow. Big mouthful.  Carpet python, morelia spilota vs Rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Small interesting peak along Cambanoora Gorge. Sun setting over Mt Barney.

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