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Blue banded bee, amegilla cingulata. Down Russell Gully to the Overhang. Old fence post. The stern of the wrecked Maheno on the east cost of Fraser Island. Trees and shrubs growing on the open granite. Horse drinking trough. Bracket fungus, pycnoporus coccineus. Farm fence and road. Water lizard can smell something good, tries the stealthy approach making a lot of noise on the dry leaf material. Ornate wood carvings of the Nepal Peace Pagoda in the South Bank Parklands in Brisbane. Weathered granite boulder, the resting place for a burnt tree trunk. Small creek runs under McKenzie’s jetty. Panorama of the eastern ramparts of Cania Gorge. Pandanus pine in fruit. Guardian lion in front of the Nepal Peace Pagoda. Balancing act.  Weathered boulders at the base of Mount Lindesay. City Cat commuter transport on the Brisbane River. Sidelit; footsteps in the sand, grass and kayaks. Sturdy fence of a cattle loading race. Clear sea water in the weather protected Picnic Bay. Morning serenity at the billabong, Three Moon Creek. Winter dry, the waterfall is reduced to a trickle in the Moss Garden. Trunks of Bunya pines in the rainforest. King parrot looking around. Moderate surf on Dolphin Point, through the Pandanus pines, pedunculatus. Boowinda Gorge. Sunrise firing up the sky behind the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Very small fungus erupts from the clay and rocks of a bush track. Waterfall in the Moss Garden formation. Wing of a Striated Pardalote, pardalotus striatus. Shake your tail feather.  Carpet python, morelia spilota, finishing breakfast of a rainbow lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus. Fork and bale. Manor apartments next to the Brisbane Post Office. Chair up: yachts at Noosa River Yacht and Rowing Club. Tall timber in the rain forest. McKenzie’s jetty. Sun through a fern frond. City Hopper commuter transport on the Brisbane River. Flowers of a Black Bootlace Orchid, erythrorchis cassythoides. It is real!  Wattle Cup moth caterpillar, calcarifera ordinata. Fence post. Close up wing of a lemon migrant butterfly, catopsilia pyranthe. Brisbane River and the Eagle Street pier precinct from Kangaroo Point cliffs. Tied up. The Brisbane studios and offices of the ABC, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Koala, wedged in a fork and sleeping, but look at those front claws! City Cats pass to port on the Brisbane River. Green and gold of wattle flowers. Shooting into the sun along the sandy and grassed shore of Lake McKenzie. Droving cattle across the Condamine River. Dappled light and shade over Palen Creek. Supermoon. The World Turns, elephant sculpture at the Gallery of Modern Art. Beach driftwood. City Cat commuter transport on the Brisbane river, headed towards the Eagle Street pier. Gum on granite. You lookin’ at me?  Turtle pops its head up for a breath and look around. Coomba waterhole overflow. Fungi growing on a burnt tree stump. Early morning sun through the mangroves on the bank of the Brisbane River. Down slope, and up slope. Koala in a gum tree twigs, by torch light. Tree root engulfs rock. Wallaby watching. Statue in ANZAC Square. Spider web lights up with morning dew. Gum trees along the Logan River. Ducks at dusk on the Noosa River. Old Brisbane City Powerhouse. A big chunk has broken off here. Tropical sunset over the inlet at Agnes Waters. The walls of Carnarvon Gorge. Still section of Condamine River. Low rising sun over the Logan River. Sun at dawn sidelights dead trees. Three Moon Creek, almost dormant in the dry of winter. Early bird out looking for worms at low tide. Eucalypt leaves backlit by setting sun. A bee enjoying the nectar of a Scotch Thistle, onopordum acanthium. Eucalypt trunk beside the walking trail. Egg sac of a Grey Huntsman spider, heteropoda immanis. Pairing up, lorikeets, trichoglossus heamatodus, occupy a nesting box in the forest. Beach debris; cast off ship’s hawser. Mossy rocks in a gondwana forest. Old stump, remains of a gum tree after a forest fire. Winch Cove. Under the Story Bridge looking north to the main weight bearing pier. Bald Rock Creek spills lazily across the granite before cutting its way through the escarpment. What do you see?  Rock formation outside the village of Rathdowney. Bare exposed granite plateau through which Bald Rock Creek has cut its way to emerge as Underground Creek. Panorama of the Fraser Island Kirrar Sandblow. In-fill running through a fault joint in the granite at Underground Creek. Pushing the light after a storm, an HDR look. Between the trees, down by the Condamine River. Fungus emerges from the leaf litter. The sun is just cresting the horizon and casting its first light on the beach. Little falls. Bow. Sharing a secret; a Noisy Mynah, Manorina melanocephala, and a Kookaburra. Chain of ponds: Remnant pools of water on the granite.

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