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Reflections

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Still section of Condamine River. River Ganges morning bathing. The sun is a few minutes after rising but is well established in the sky and leaving a long reflected trail in the sea. Low level road bridge over Never Never Creek. Tabletop wetlands. Banksia overhangs a lagoon. Rhinoceros enters the river late in the day. Wetland birds on Fogg Dam. Mouth of the Oued Bouregreg river to the Atlantic Ocean. Boats and reflection. Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Egrets in the tabletop wetlands. Andong Preng reservoir; once a storage facility for oil (cooking, lighting) some 800 years ago, now water filled. River Ganges, bathing at dawn. Pelican looking for breakfast in the sunrise on the Clarence River. Dr Roberts Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Rippled sand from receding waves at Nambucca beach. Pre-sunrise colors of the sky and the pond with a lily pad on the western side of Angkor Wat. Camping area beside Canungra Creek. Ships and boats at berth in Darwin fishing harbor. Still water and reflections on the Tweed River. White ball of sun over Angkor Wat and the pond on the western side. Ready for the next fishing foray. View down Nidelven River from the Old Town Bridge towards Bakke bru. Calm reflections, Bodo small boat harbor. Bhawan Houtman tug in Darwin fishing harbor. Sweeping bend in the Condamine River. The bright lights of Starbucks at Kjottbasaren with the Mt Floyen funicular railway stretching up behind. 11.00am, Christmas day, Bodo small boat harbor, only things moving are a few sea birds. Sundown.

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