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Point Lookout

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Towards Frenchman’s Beach and Point Lookout from Headland Park. Point Lookout and looking north. Looking north, past the Pandanus trees to Point Lookout. Mickey Mouse cactus. (what a strange name!) The unrelenting sea swells in from the east . Turbulent sea and tangled Pandanus. Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis. One of the Keyhole Lakes. The upper end of North Gorge. The southern side of the mouth of North Gorge. Buttressing roots of Pandanus trees, pandanus utilis. The mouth of North Gorge with a relatively low ocean swell. Frenchman’s Beach, the site of several shipwrecks. Surf surging into North Gorge. One of the Keyhole Lakes. Pandanus trees hanging on to the rocks. Pandanus tree pandanus utilis against a stormy sky. Turbulent sea channels up North Gorge. Weathered rock and the sea which weathers it. Fungus pops out from leaf litter. Frenchman’s Beach. Good for fishing but dangerous swimming. One of the Keyhole Lakes, a suspended fresh water lake. Looking up through the Pandanus trees in North Gorge. Grass plus wind equals patterns in the sand. The waves surge in to North Gorge. Whale Rock blow hole in North Gorge. North Gorge. Supportive root mat of a pair of Pandanus Trees pandanus utilis, screwpine. Pandanus tree pandanus utilis backlit by the morning sun. North Gorge. Looking east, Pandanus trees and ocean water. Turbulent sea and peaceful Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis. Gentle waves roll in on to Cylinder Beach. Patterns in the weathering rock. Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis. Bright red fungi appearing on a rotting log. Stairs leading down to North Gorge. How do they do it? Pandanus trees hanging on to the face at the mouth of North Gorge. Scarecrow disguised as a Pandanus tree. North Gorge. North Gorge. Whale Rock blow hole in North Gorge. How does the Pandanus tree survive the wind and salt spray in North Gorge? Pandanus trees hanging on to the face at the mouth of North Gorge. How does the Pandanus tree survive the wind and salt spray in North Gorge? Relentless roll of the sea past the headland. Grasses in the sand. Fruit of the Pandanus tree, pandanus utilis, inedible

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