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A hole in one almighty gum..
Footbridge on Shanks Street, over the Mary Valley Rattler line
Witham Theatrette, Crescent Road, Gympie (Home of the Gympie Musical Union.)
Wide, open and blue - Tincan Bay
Fooled into thinking he was alone -- a hermit crab
Reversal of reality
Looking over towards Wyuna Drive, Glastonbury from Glastonbury creek road.
Unusually intact nest of the Large Purple Meat Ant- Iridomyrmex purpureus. Normally the nests are damaged by cattle or cars and don't have these elaborate turrets. They may for temperature control as are the small pebbles on the surface of the nest.
The epitome of Australia - Blunder Road, Glastonbury
Our green froggie friend in his mossy abode
Soldier crabs soldiering along, just before disappearing into the wet sand in a single corkscrew motion with annoying speed and regularity!
Held in suspense
Hoop pine skyline
These two large purple meat ants carried this object from inside the nest out of one turret and up into the next one. The turrets may be to aid ventilation and temperature control, or they may be built to stop sand from falling into the nest.
I think this must be a juvenile water dragon, but I'm finding out about that. It has no problem with jumping into the water to escape us.
Not well hidden! Face to face with a moth on my window..nb this moth is only the size of a small postage stamp. Don't be fooled!
Beacons with their neon stare, pale points of electronic flare-- Man's vain attempt to light the land, lost, as swathes of color span the skies in a quilt of scarlet, gold and darkly crumpled velvet folds... Blanketing our little town with flowing breadth of eiderdown...
Soldier crab (Mictyris longicarpus)
Mangroves in miniature at Tincan Bay
Late afternoon on Glastonbury creek road
Large Purple Meat Ants- (Iridomyrmex purpureus) patrolling a turret on their nest. It is unusual to ever find a nest with turrets where there are cows as they tend to kick them over, I suppose.
Cool clear water...
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