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Festoon Falls in the rainforest environment. Bark shedding eucalypt. The wide sweep of the surf and beach of Alexandria Bay from Hells Gates to the north. The sun is still low over Dolphin Point and Tea Tree Bay. A brief of pelicans. Lichen on granite. Westinghouse pump on the center boiler section of Beyer Garratt steam locomotive 1009. Cracked. Trees leans out over Upper Logan River. Twin Falls keeping the rainforest below moist. Rest in peace.  Country graveyard. Male green jumping spider, mopsus mormon, tiny but with a very painful bite Grasses and ripples in the sand. Patterns in the sand. Sun setting over Mt Barney. Piece of driftwood on the rocks at Hells Gates. Tranquil pool in the Condamine River. Long flower of a grasstree, xanthorroea. Stunning Coomba waterhole with colored granites and grasses. Stacked. Grasses, roots and flotsam at Mill Point. Stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus, fresh at dawn and by noon just about over. Well-worn rocks form the bed of the Logan River. Sunlight filters through the eucalypt forest. Kondalilla Falls. Highlight. Pre-dawn after rain Shorncliffe pier. Mount Scoria toppled columnar basalt. Flower of a swamp banksia, banksia robur. Low sun rises over the point at the blowhole. Hard rock forms the underfloor of the upper rainforest. Pacific Ocean from Double Island Point lighthouse. Bright orb of sun just above the horizon at sunset. Abandoned.  Old farm house. Grasses in the sun. Weathered and termite consumed fence post. Kingfisher, over the Condamine River. Rolling farmland. Cell Block E inside the Old Boggo Road jail. Beachside observer. Not rocks or pebbles, just organic material and sand concretions in the Kirrar Sandblow. Looking up, through a fern frond. Waterhole, jacaranda trees and clouds. Fly on fungus. The swimming area at the South Bank Parklands of Brisbane. Fallen rainforest tree hosts fungus and moss. Sun sets at the foot of Mount Barney. Early morning but you can feel the heat from the rising sun. Trunk of a very large tree in New Farm park. Small creek overflow from a lagoon. An Eastern Blue Tongue lizard, tiliqua scincoides, warms itself in the winter sun. Very welcoming Pandanus Pine. Pigface, carpobrotus glaucescens, in profusion. Steep cliffs of the escarpment over the Springbrook canyon. Turbulent sea and tangled Pandanus. Peaceful Wanggoolba Creek scene. Farm fence and gate along the Condamine River road. Bearded dragon lizard, pogona, beside the track, not too happy to see me (possibly not frilled to be disturbed). Chain and lock. The afternoon sun sparkles around a pelican in the Noosa River. Morning light on Mill Point and over the lake to Elanda Point camping area. Sea surges into crevices in the rocky point. The wheel of Brisbane. Rusty bolts on McKenzie’s jetty. Side on, Little falls. Rainforest bracket fungus and moss. Saprogenic fungus. We trust that stays firm, a toppled rampart on the western side of Cania Gorge. The Ferris wheel at South Bank in Brisbane, Australia. Troubled waters of Laguna Bay. Floating wedding chapel. Lying down on the job, a fallen paperbark tree lives on. Creepers taking over an old tree in the rainforest. Gum tree against blue sky. Old pump house on the bank of the Little Nerang Creek upstream of the Purling Brook falls. Supply barge at dusk, leaving the island headed for the mainland. Bower bird nest adorned with blue miscellanea. Twin Falls. Running stream, fallen rocks and the rainforest in the canyon. The wide bed of Bald Rock Creek. Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis. Textures of the old wall of the former powerhouse. Bent and uprooted trees on the coral shore. Sea bird stands in front of small armada of yachts. Surf beaches of Currumbin and Coolangatta on a calm winter day. Old farm equipment. Congestion in the wetlands Sun starting to reach into the forest in the morning. Festoon Falls on Saddle-tree creek. Windswept Blowhole point just after sunrise. Leaf sucker bug on fungus, pycnoporus coccineus. Loving that corn, King Parrot, female. Bald Rock Creek makes its way across the granite. Sun setting over Spring Creek at Queen Mary Falls. Ford crossing the Condamine River. Upturned tail section from crashed B24 Liberator bomber, Beautiful Betsy. Scales on the wingtip of Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly. The open expanse of Bald Rock Creek over the granite. Carnarvon Creek near the Cathedral Cave. Sandstones of Cania Gorge.

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