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New South Wales

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Grasses, river rubble and a low level bridge on the Tweed River. Old timber truss bridge over the Barrington River. Three Sisters rocks at Broken Head. Gentle waves on the beach in the late afternoon sunlight. Old timber truss bridge over the Barrington River. Boundary fence at Mavis’s Kitchen. Cape Byron jutting in to the Pacific Ocean, the most easterly point of Australia. Tea leaf, ready for harvest. Reflections. Looks like lava flow in the basalt in the bed of Bat Cave Creek. Sphagnum moss lit up. Sunny side, stormy sky. Southern view towards Nambucca Heads from England Rock. Red Cedar Falls on Rosewood Creek. Sunset over the footbridge over Deep Creek. Smoky Cape lighthouse. A lone fishing vessel passes in front of sunrise. The sun starts to penetrate the morning mist over the Tweed River. Birds on the beach at sunrise. Fishing boat in harbour. Fallen tree along Sassafras Creek. Kookaburra, right profile showing the funky hairdo. Cormorant and seagulls on Flat Rock. Lichen and mosses abound along walking trails. Goanna, a monitor lizard, not so well camouflaged. Yellow bottlebrush flowers of the genus Banksia. Coastal trees silhouetted by the rising sun. Broken Head and Three sisters rocks. Looking down at a rainforest floor in dry conditions. Fisher tries his luck watched by a seagull. Mount Warning, 1135 metres above sea level, stands out like a beacon in the morning light. Capillary thread moss. Ultra-tiny tide pool in sedimentary rock. Looking up a rainforest giant tree. Front paws crossed, eyes closed. Anyone for vertigo?  Minyon Falls looking down. Late afternoon on Yamba Bay. Looking along the adit deeper into the abandoned Gadens copper mine. Small secluded beaches north from Smoky Cape. Dangar Falls on the Bielsdown River. Well cared for post and rail fence. Tree stump, almost abstract. Morning angler. Rainforest trail. Dam which once provided water for a copper mine processing plant. Last view of the setting sun over Deep Creek. Abundant pelicans on the low tide. Morning walk with the dog. Monkerai bridge over Karuah River, detail. Rope swing from a paperbark tree over Lake Ainsworth.

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