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Noosa National Park

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Pastel light of sunrise over Noosa River. The rising sun lights up the clouds to the west over Great Sandy National Park. Rocks and sea spray and to the Great Sandy National Park. Darkening western sky suggests a storm is coming to Tea Tree Bay from across the Great Sandy National Park. Isolated beach in Noosa National Park. Rocky point at southern end of Noosa National Park. Rocky shore of Tea Tree Bay and across to the Great Sandy National Park. The beach at Tea Tree Bay and across Laguna Bay to the Great Sandy National Park. Low sun reflected in the sea. Snail trail: Get out of my way. Pale-lined tropical rock crab, grapsus albolineatus. Soon to be covered by the incoming tide. Surfers in Tea Tree Bay. Rubble and bubble of Tea Tree Bay. Rocky Blowhole Point and in the far distance on the horizon a ship heads north. Tide pool and reflections of Pandanus Pines and blue sky. Surf out beyond Winch Cove. Young Pandanus Pine gets a good start. Pandanus Pines in fruit, on Blowhole point with Alexandria Bay in the background. Colors and textures of the sea and shoreline. An assembly of sticks like a collection of bones, on Blowhole point. Through the Tea Trees. Salt resistant plants on the cliff mouth of Devils Kitchen. Waves pound the rocks at the Blowhole. Whump, as waves enter the cavern-like Blowhole. Wind and salt spray battered, a Pandanus pines, pedunculatus, stands over Winch Cove. Tide’s out as the first light of the sun rises hits the rocks. Picnic Cove. Pandanus Pine above Tea Tree Bay. Pandanus Pines, pedunculatus, against the clear blue morning sky. A patch of sand on Dolphin Point. The wide sweep of the surf and beach of Alexandria Bay from Hells Gates to the north. The sun is still low over Dolphin Point and Tea Tree Bay. Patterns in the sand. Piece of driftwood on the rocks at Hells Gates. Low sun rises over the point at the blowhole. Very welcoming Pandanus Pine. Sea surges into crevices in the rocky point. Troubled waters of Laguna Bay. Windswept Blowhole point just after sunrise. Waves breaking on the rocks and flying spray. Rising sun and a rain shower through the rainforest. Winch Cove. Stunted and weather beaten vegetation on Blowhole point at the southern end of Alexandria Bay. Sunrise hits the Pandanus Pine. Proliferation of Pandanus Pines. Early morning sun cuts through the sea mist at Hells Gates. Through the Pandanus Pines a surfer waits at Little Cove. Kayakers in Laguna Bay. Rocky beach of Winch Cove. Formation known as the Devils Kitchen.  What’s cooking?

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