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Granite

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Very dry conditions along the course of Bald Rock Creek. Coomba Falls trickling down the ancient granites. A private rafter in the late 1970s running Granite Rapid in the Grand Canyon. Perched large granite boulder. Don’t know what this tree is gripping on to, not much. Lion head rock on the side of Mount Killiecrankie. Granite boulders perched on the slope. Northern end of Killiecrankie Bay. Lobster pots piled up. The Sphinx rock formation, not so Sphinx-like from the rear. Coomba Falls over the granites into the waterhole on a grey winter’s day. A swing rope to launch swimmers into Coomba waterhole but beware, dangerous fallen branches. The Coomba waterhole forms a patch of light between the granites and grasses. Granites, lichen and algae in Blyth Bay, Sisters Passage and Inner Sister Island. Granite boulders resting on the granite sheet. Angled sun backlights trees and plants on the granites. Salt bleached driftwood. Twisted gums on the granite floor. Trees, rocks and blue sky. Bare granites scoured by Bald Rock Creek, the Pyramid in the background. Grasses and trees growing on the granite formations overlooking the valley. Granite nest egg. Old jetty at Lillies Bay. On the edge. Orange lichen on granite with grass. Jagged granite boulder seems ready to slide off the side of Castle Rock. Lichen on granite. Cracked. Stunning Coomba waterhole with colored granites and grasses. The wide bed of Bald Rock Creek. Bald Rock Creek makes its way across the granite. The open expanse of Bald Rock Creek over the granite. Panorama from Castle Rock summit north towards the Pyramids formations. Castle Rock. Granite shaped by nature. In-filled fault line through the granite. Gum tree on granite. Granite boulders above cattle pasture and yards. Perched and unlikely to move. Tidal pool, Sisters Passage and Inner Sister Island. Bald Rock Creek across scoured granite bed rock. Private boaters scouting Granite Rapid. View west from the summit of Castle Rock, 1112 metres above sea level. Teeth.  Large quartz chucks in granite on Mount Killiecrankie. Castle Rock. Balancing act, granite tors beside the Cooma waterhole. Colored granite hosting the roots of trees beside the Coomba waterhole. Back of the large Turtle Rock formation. A granite cliff in Yosemite. Trees and shrubs growing on the open granite.

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