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Hi everyone. Just wanted to let you know that I'll be offline for a couple of days. We'll be visiting my sister-in-law and there's no net access there. Thanks for the recent comments and faves. I love reading them when I can get the chance. Also, my latest blog updates are here and here if you're interested.

 

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My new favourite tree... taken on a 0.6 m low tide.

I thought this scene had a Russell Drysdale look. The sky is laden with coal dust.

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Peak Crossing country, Queensland

We had just had had a major storm cell move thru which resulted in this early evening skyline

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Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane.

This tree is at the bottom of the Buderim Forest, beautiful open field below Harry's Restaurant.

view from the Landsborough Highway, beautiful red country south west of Cloncurry and south-south east of Mount Isa, Queensland - also base metal country (copper, silver, lead, zinc, etc, etc)

Incredible storm just N of Pittsworth, Queensland on Sat 17th Nov 2012

 

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Reflection on the end

Queen Elizabeth Rose

Queensland, Whitsundays, Australia

Brisbane, Queensland from Mount Cootha - best seen in Lightroom, full screen

So weak and delicate and beautiful... on Nudgee.

 

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This week I'm visiting Bargara, a small village on the Queensland coast. It's a paradise for birds, and their photographers. I took this, and dozens more photos, in the bushes right outside the porch of the cabin where I'm staying.

This week I'm visiting Bargara, a small village on the Queensland coast. It's a paradise for birds, and their photographers. I took this, and dozens more photos, in the bushes right outside the porch of the cabin where I'm staying.

Coochie jetty a great night but slow

My Dachshund "Frankie" just adores this young girl as i do. Frankie was born into her house so she cared for him until he was 8 weeks old that is when we got him. Frankie is always happy to see her when she visit our house.

An evening walk in the Australian bush, the smell of eucalyptus in the air.

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