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Rathdowney

Waterhole, jacaranda trees and clouds. Panorama covers the entire village of Rathdowney, Jacaranda trees in the foreground. Gum trees along the Logan River. Upper reaches of the Logan River. Well-worn rocks form the bed of the Logan River. Waterhole, jacaranda trees and clouds. Mt Barney. Kookaburra looking for supper. Rocky outcrop on the side of Mt Barney. Held together by wire.  Part of a road bridge. Jacaranda tree on the outskirts of the village of Rathdowney, and the town water supply on the hill. Who is watching who? The Logan River at Rathdowney. Red roofed farmhouse at the foot of Wilson’s Peak. Sturdy fence of a cattle loading race. Tree root engulfs rock. Gum trees along the Logan River. A bee enjoying the nectar of a Scotch Thistle, onopordum acanthium. What do you see?  Rock formation outside the village of Rathdowney. Mount Barney from the hill behind the village of Rathdowney. Hard to see where the rock finishes and the tree starts. Looks like a storm is coming. Swimming hole in the Logan River. Hard to see where the rock finishes and the tree starts. Yarded. Upper reaches of the Logan River. Swimming hole in the Logan River. Large tree offers some shade over a cattle loading race. A pleasant pastoral scene, green grass and grazing cattle. Camouflaged: kangaroo alert. Cattle yard and loading ramp. Watchful Kookaburra. Mt Barney evades a passing storm. Scotch Thistle, onopordum acanthium, a noxious weed. The grass is greener on this side of the fence. Yellow berries on a spindly, dry plant, obviously not palatable to the cattle sharing the field. Reflection of a tree in a waterhole. The Logan River, barely a stream. Yellow berries on a spindly, dry plant, obviously not palatable to the cattle sharing the field. Weathered granites exposed by the Logan River. Shady pools of the Logan River. Mt Lindesay. Granites and gums on the Logan River. Cattle loading race. Invitingly cool pool on the Logan River. Storm clouds cover the peak of Mt Barney. Prickly Pear Cactus, an invasive plant, along the fenceline. Mt Barney.