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New South Wales

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Turbulent ocean. Mosses growing in the fork of a tree beside the Tweed River. From Seven Mile Beach hang gliders catching the updrafts over Lennon Head. Mix of palms and eucalypts in the rainforest. Colors of fungus and textures in the timbers of and old farm shed. Morning still. Moss covered cattle yard fence. The foot track to the summit of Mount Warning, goes up, then up, then up further. Cows fording river late afternoon. Buttressed tree and slender palms in the dry rainforest. Late afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek. Early morning on the foot track to the summit of Mount Warning. Two feet high. Trees, mosses and grasses at Polblue Swamp. Rusted bolt or fitting on wooden post. They’re not barnacles, just lichen on an upturned small boat. Barrington River flowing under old timber truss bridge. Small, fine fungus growing on an old fence. Textures and contrasts at an old bridge over the Tweed River. Looking out towards the mouth of the adit of the abandoned Gadens copper mine, old rail track still in place. Silhouetted pandanus, pedunculatus. The tide is out. Clarence River and the headland at Yamba. The southern point of the mouth of Byron Bay. Pandanus pine backlit by sun. Stand of eucalypt trees in a misty forest. High country sparse eucalypt forest. Sassafras Creek pools to cascade. The dangers of barbed wire, nearly costing this cow an eye. Afternoon light and reflections in Korrumbyn Creek. Bush Stone Curlew asleep on its feet. Upper Ebor Falls. Sea spray from waves breaking on Hastings Point. Looking west over the town of Murwillumbah, the Tweed River and Mt Warning in the clouds. Vengance: The crushing station of a copper mine, now crushed by a large rock. Grasses sprouting from the granitic leaves. Cape Byron lighthouse and Byron Bay, Julian Rocks in the wide sweep north. Waves crashing on rocks. Gardens and pond at Mavis’s Kitchen with Mount Warning looking over. Low rocky point and the southern mouth of Byron Bay. Light, shade and patters under palms in the rainforest. Thick and thin. Hanging sphagnum moss. Sunset silhouettes the footbridge over Deep Creek. A field of sea kayakers out early on Byron Bay. Immature banksia flower. Granitic leaves. Moobal Creek as it enters the Pacific Ocean at Pottsville. Waiting for dinner. Lorikeet, trichoglossus heamatodus, feasting on Banksia nectar.

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