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Flinders Island

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Panorama of northern Flinders Island across to twin peaked Inner Sister Island. Unspoiled beach, northern Flinders Island Strzelecki Peaks on Flinders Island. Bronze propeller of the motor vessel Merilyn wrecked off Goose Island 1958. Flinders Island coast and Bass Strait north from the side of Mount Killiecrankie. Granites, lichen and algae in Blyth Bay, Sisters Passage and Inner Sister Island. Surf rolls in; Stanley Point and Inner Sister Island. Tidal pool, Sisters Passage and Inner Sister Island. Surf break from Sisters Passage in front of Outer Sister Island. Beach at North East Rock, towards Stanley Point and Inner Sister Island. North East Rock and Outer Sister Island. Curled up among the lichen. Storm coming in over Foochow Beach, from North East River. Salt bleached driftwood. Bennett's Wallaby beachside. Small pocket of rainforest ferns. Granite nest egg. Beached driftwood. Swirly pattern of sea weed pods and cuttlebone. Lunar landscape like, fossilized wood on limestone. Remember when.  Old style gasoline bowser. Old jetty at Lillies Bay. Orange lichen on granite with grass. Sheoak tree grows away from the wind. North East River sunset afterglow. Lone angler on Whitemark jetty. Granite and lichen. Mount Killiecrankie blocks through the mist. Castle Rock. Perched and unlikely to move. Verdant Sea Spurge and dun. Teeth.  Large quartz chucks in granite on Mount Killiecrankie. Castle Rock. Peppermint gum on Strzelecki Peaks. Rope washed high. Castle Rock. See here, weathered limestone. Mount Killiecrankie faces. Quartz inliers. Running water this way and that. Northern end of Killiecrankie bay. Rising sun peeks past Mt Belstead foothills. Penguin rock. Salt crystals growing in tidal pool. Seagull on Killiecrankie beach Black swans enjoying the rain in Parrys Bay. Marshall Bay at Emita. Jetty at Lillies Bay didn't seem to go far. Mountain trail through rainforest and gums. Whale head rock, moss covered.

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