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Wollumbin National Park

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Late afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek which is barely flowing after a dry winter. Kookaburra, right profile showing the funky hairdo. Looking down at a rainforest floor in dry conditions. Mount Warning, 1135 metres above sea level, stands out like a beacon in the morning light. Looking up a rainforest giant tree. A staghorn fern has attached itself to a tree over Korrumbyn Creek. Panoramic view north east over the Tweed River from the side of Mount Warning. Mount Warning from the east lit by the early morning side light. Open gate. Abandoned and collapsing farm shed. Mossy boulder in a dry creek bed. Panoramic view west from the summit of Mount Warning. The foot track to the summit of Mount Warning, not easy walking. Boundary fence at Mavis’s Kitchen. Soft afternoon light over a slow moving stream. Fallen debris on the rainforest floor, unseasonably dry conditions. Cattle race feeding towards the milking shed, abandoned. Textures and colors of an old farm shed door and hinge. Old cattle race. Panoramic view north from the side of Mount Warning towards border ranges. Ferns growing from a rotting tree. The undercut bank of Korrumbyn Creek held together by tree roots in the late afternoon light. Reflections of the rainforest in Korrumbyn Creek. Red berries. Not a drop, pipe and tap long out of service. Water lilies and ducks on the pond at Mavis’s Kitchen. The rainforest thins out, the regolith thins out and the basalt boulders show through towards the summit of Mount Warning. Beware the cattle bolt.  Old gatepost and gate. Morning sun peaks through the trees in the rainforest. Watchful eyes; Kookaburra scrounging for tit-bits.

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