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Girraween National Park

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Very dry conditions along the course of Bald Rock Creek. Perched large granite boulder. Tree reaching for the sky. Kangaroo grazing, up close. Don’t know what this tree is gripping on to, not much. Granite boulders perched on the slope. Wild flowers loving the sun and dry conditions. The Sphinx rock formation, not so Sphinx-like from the rear. Granite boulders resting on the granite sheet. Angled sun backlights trees and plants on the granites. Twisted gums on the granite floor. Gum tree, eucalypt, appears to be leaning on the rocks for support. Trees, rocks and blue sky. Bare granites scoured by Bald Rock Creek, the Pyramid in the background. Grasses and trees growing on the granite formations overlooking the valley. Small bush and wildflowers. On the edge. Jagged granite boulder seems ready to slide off the side of Castle Rock. Bark shedding eucalypt. Lichen on granite. Cracked. The wide bed of Bald Rock Creek. Bald Rock Creek makes its way across the granite. The open expanse of Bald Rock Creek over the granite. Panorama from Castle Rock summit north towards the Pyramids formations. Kangaroo, mildly upset by being disturbed during breakfast. Bald Rock Creek. Granite shaped by nature. In-filled fault line through the granite. Gum tree on granite. Bald Rock Creek across scoured granite bed rock. View west from the summit of Castle Rock, 1112 metres above sea level. Wattles and gums over Dr Roberts Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Trees laid flat by the occasional flow of Bald Rock Creek. Egg and Bacon bush or Bush Pea, eutaxia myrtifolia. Back of the large Turtle Rock formation. Trees and shrubs growing on the open granite. Weathered granite boulder, the resting place for a burnt tree trunk. Green and gold of wattle flowers. Gum on granite. Down slope, and up slope. A big chunk has broken off here. Eucalypt trunk beside the walking trail. Bald Rock Creek spills lazily across the granite before cutting its way through the escarpment. Bare exposed granite plateau through which Bald Rock Creek has cut its way to emerge as Underground Creek. In-fill running through a fault joint in the granite at Underground Creek. Chain of ponds: Remnant pools of water on the granite. Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek. Dr Roberts Waterhole on Bald Rock Creek.

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