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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. Jetty tie. Hairy trumpet fungus, panus fasciatus. 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. Trailside vegetation. View west from the summit of Castle Rock, 1112 metres above sea level. Foraging kangaroo. Rocky lichen covered rock in the rain. Statue in ANZAC Square. Footprints up the sandblow. Abandoned International truck in a field by the Condamine River. Black Jezebel, delias nigrina, butterfly, left hand side. One last look over the shoulder and the water lizard departs the deck. Barnacle encrusted jetty pylons along Noosa River. A colourful display of bracket fungus pycnoporus coccineus and moss. Twisted. Kondalilla Falls. Baby joey koala munching on gum tree twigs and leaves at night, by available light. Steep colored sandstone eastern side of Cania Gorge where the gorge pinches down to 250 metres in width. A pair of Bunya pines reaching for the light above the rainforest. The side wall and the guard observation tower of the Old Boggo Road jail. Moss covered rocks on the side of Mt Barney. Texture of a fallen tree on the beach. Looking north into Granite Bay past the Pandanus pines, pedunculatus. Sun peaks past eucalypt tree. Sulfur Crested Cockatoo foot care. Wattles and gums over Dr Roberts Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Head up. Balancing act, granite tors beside the Cooma waterhole. Close up lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe. Part of the Twin Falls cascades over a walking track leaving the track dry under the overhang. Gum tree basks in the later afternoon sun. Riverside apartment buildings on the banks of the Brisbane River. Rocks in the sand at sunrise. Staghorn ferns growing on a host tree. Impressive wing span. Snail trail: Get out of my way. Pale-lined tropical rock crab, grapsus albolineatus. All in a row. Trees laid flat by the occasional flow of Bald Rock Creek. Large fungus. Rusty door hardware on old house. Pair of lorikeets. Pickly Pear Cactus growing from seemingly solid granite. Eastern end of Tea Tree Bay and Dolphin Point. Barnacle encrusted pectoral fin of a humpback whale. Corner gates. Pale moon rising over the point at Hells Gates shortly after sunrise. Buoy. Steep sides of the canyon and the lower rainforest viewed from the walking track. Male green jumping spider, mopsus mormon, only a mother could love a face like that. Dark and damp track through the rainforest. Kangaroo Point and the Story bridge. Currumbin beach, early morning. Colored granite hosting the roots of trees beside the Coomba waterhole. Mangroves at low tide. Part of 10 head stamp ore crusher. A fin wave from a humpback whale before a deep dive. Flying spray. Excuse me, your nose is dirty. Rusting away, the wrecked Maheno on the east cost of Fraser Island. Egg and Bacon bush or Bush Pea, eutaxia myrtifolia. Back of the large Turtle Rock formation. Dripping Rock, a spring from the sandstone layers. Twisted. Gnarled and twisted limb of a sheoak tree. Cedar Creek in Tamborine National Park, just above the Falls. Roots holding rocks in place along the Condamine River. Tanninaba falls. Very regularly shaped column and a fractured piece of the fine grained grey basalt. Red roofed farmhouse at the foot of Wilson’s Peak. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, creeps across the sand between weathered rocks. Three humpback whales, one drawing breath and two diving.

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