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Rocks

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Queen Mary Falls. Patterns and textures of rock, sand and molluscs. Pig Face plant, carpobrotus glaucescens, in the weathered rocks. You’re either up here, on the granites, or down there in the bush. How did that get there?  Ancient sediments. Heavily jointed sandstone cliff at Wooli Point. Young kangaroo, ears to the alert, within the jail walls. Beach south from Lennox Head. Colored and patterned rock at beach. Light and shade, colors and textures in weathered rock and plants. Corner guard post along the walls with Norfolk Island pine trees, araucaria heterophylla, outside. The long exposure turns the sea milky as the sun rises behind the rocks at the mouth of Currumbin Creek. Algae on rocks. Surf crashing on rocks at sunrise. Low tide exposes algae. Boulders, trees and blue sky. Purple wildflower and blackened tree stump in the shade of the granite formations. Large egg shaped granite boulder with interesting weathering striations. Tasmanian snowgums growing in granite moraine rubble. Sea crashes on to rocks at Wooli Point before sunrise. Looking in to a cell. Rockpool on Cronin Creek. First look, it’s a religious moment, but looking again, it’s a selfie. What can you see in that?  Patterned rock face exposed at low tide. Condamine River in the Cambanoora Gorge. Road bridge. Panorama of the colored rocky shoreline near the blowhole at Bicheno. England Rock over the mouth of Deep Creek, in the light of the setting sun. Sea foam built up after storm. Bridge over Never Never Creek.

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