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Rocky outcrop on the side of Mt Barney. Red-winged Parrot, aprosmictus erythropterus, adult male. Fungus on a rotting log. Bald Rock Creek. Careful of losing your fingers. Winch Cove. Ripples of a large sandblow moving through and over the trees. Twisted: rainforest vine. Granite shaped by nature. A spider waits on the flower of a beehive ginger plant, zingiber spectabile, for insects attracted by the sweet nectar. Stunted and weather beaten vegetation on Blowhole point at the southern end of Alexandria Bay. In-filled fault line through the granite. Dry creek bed of Russell Gully. Beach debris; cast off ship’s hawser. Ropes astern. Cell Block D, Old Boggo Road jail, under video surveillance. Boowinda Gorge. Sunrise hits the Pandanus Pine. The rainforest in the canyon hosts mosses and ferns. Boowinda Gorge. Grasses and stunted trees lakeside at Mill Point. Setting sun has gone below the horizon but lights up the clouds. Giant Golden Orb spider, female, nephila pilipes, underside. Boiler and driver’s cab of steam locomotive 732. Waterfall or water trickle in Moss Garden formation. Sun setting over Snapper Creek inlet. Last minutes of setting sun bursts over Mt Barney. Noosa River jetty. Underside of a Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly showing the scales on the wings. Walking track and wooden bridge through Toohey State Forest at the point where a small spring nourishes a rain forest environment. Lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe, pupa about to hatch. Last look at the sun for the day. Prickly Pear in fruit. Proliferation of Pandanus Pines. Marina sunset in the Snapper Creek inlet. Upper Logan River in the rainforest. Koala mother and joey (baby), the joey draped over the mother. Grasshopper, side view. Mouth wide open as a carpet python, morelia spilota, gulps down a rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Early morning sun cuts through the sea mist at Hells Gates. Red coral amid bleached coral. Through the Pandanus Pines a surfer waits at Little Cove. Splintered, living and dead trees at Mill Point. Circle of hope(lessness). Bracket fungus growing on a fallen tree branch. Held together by wire.  Part of a road bridge. A small creek trickles over edge of the escarpment. Gum tree on granite. One of the Keyhole Lakes. Carnarvon Gorge. Tidal pool at the mouth of Stumers Creek. Beer?  Did someone say beer? Kingfisher, watching the water intently. Moss Garden waterfall. Up the slope of the fire access trail into the mist. Granite boulders above cattle pasture and yards. Powerless, car shell without engine. Deep shadows over the road in the sun’s last light. Rusting deck structure and bollard of the wrecked ship Maheno. Springtime Jacaranda tree in flower. Chief Warden’s quarters at the Old Boggo Road jail. Moss and lichen adorn a fence rail. Base of an old rainforest tree. Jacaranda tree on the outskirts of the village of Rathdowney, and the town water supply on the hill. Who is watching who? Sand ripples and driftwood. Balancing act.  Weathered boulders at the base of Mount Lindesay. White faced heron beside Noosa River. Rocky beach of Winch Cove. Fine overhang. Formation known as the Devils Kitchen.  What’s cooking? Surf and rocks. A spider waits on the flower of a beehive ginger plant, zingiber spectabile, for insects attracted by the sweet nectar. Seagulls about to cop a drenching. The swimming area at the South Bank Parklands of Brisbane. By day’s end the stinkhorn fungus aseroe rubra is finished, spores spread and attractive only to a passing ant. Surf rolling in to the Devils Kitchen. The Logan River at Rathdowney. Textures and patterns on a fallen log riverside. Small purple flower in the dry rainforest. Hood popped ready for inspection, International KB-3 truck. Mt. Barney and the mountains of the scenic rim over the Kooralbyn Valley. The upper end of North Gorge. Balancing act.  Weathered boulders at the base of Mount Lindesay. Northern weight bearing pier of the Story Bridge, and All Hallows School. Steep sides of Cambanoora Gorge. Storm has passed and the sky is clearing above the rocks and surf. Bald Rock Creek across scoured granite bed rock. Curves and color at the Queensland Conservatorium. Environmental planting at the Southside Sustainability Centre. The last rays of the setting sun catch the eucalypts. Rainforest track. Footprint in the sand, decorated by crabs’ diggings. Reeds and grasses reflected in a lagoon. Downtown Brisbane across the Brisbane River from the Homan Street jetty. The flies love it: Very smelly, very sticky, stinkhorn fungus, phallus rubicundus. Morning swim in the billabong, Three Moon Creek. The World Turns, elephant sculpture at the Gallery of Modern Art with the State Library of Queensland in the background. Mussels on the pylons of a jetty at low tide. Gaping jaw.

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