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Sunshine

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Swim between the flags, patrolled surf beach. Surfers waiting for a break. Surfers in Tea Tree Bay. Lake Cootharaba laps at Mill Point. South Pacific Ocean and Great Sandy Bay north to Double Island Point. Main beach of Noosa. Picnic Cove. North along the Sunshine Coast Airport to Point Arkwright. Grasses, roots and flotsam at Mill Point. Morning light on Mill Point and over the lake to Elanda Point camping area. Lying down on the job, a fallen paperbark tree lives on. Grasses and stunted trees lakeside at Mill Point. Splintered, living and dead trees at Mill Point. Kayakers in Laguna Bay. Noosa and the Noosa River. Early morning at Mill Point looking over to Elanda Point. Eastward over Lake Cootharaba from Mill Point. Lake Weyba. Point Perry. Rain in the sunshine. On the rocks. Roots of a paperbark tree seem to resist contact with the saline waters of the lake. Isolated beach in Noosa National Park. Walking trail overview of the Boiling Pot. Sun, sand and grasses. Mouth of Stumers Creek. Tea Tree Bay, Winch Cove and Hell's Gates formation. Mount Coolum. South from Lake Weyba to Mount Coolum. Walking trail overview of Hell's Gates formation. Noosa River mouth, low tide. Paperbark trees. Lion Rock formation. Stand up paddleboarders in Laguna Bay. Stand up paddleboarder. Panorama from the Mt Mee road southwards towards Brisbane city. Twisted roots of a paperbark tree at Mill Point. The fallen; no depth to the root system. South over Alexandria Bay to Sunshine Beach. Surfers and Stand up Paddleboarders in Tea Tree Bay. Mouth of Stumers Creek. Past Mill Point to Boreen Point. Noosa Heads. Fallen paperbark tree, now home to reptiles and spiders. Rocky point at southern end of Noosa National Park. Family out fishing pauses to watch a pod of dolphins. Trees standing starkly in the early morning light at Mill Point. Stand up paddleboarders in clear waters of Laguna Bay. Sunshine Coast Airport. Lion Rock formation.

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