On a recent trip to far north Queensland, we walked on the beach near the Town of 1770…
…and strolled by the bay…
We admired the shells at Swamp Bay near Airlie Beach…
…and the seaweed at Stingray Bay in the Daintree…
On the Bump Track near Mt Malloy, leaves settled in the creek between stepping stones:
Lily pads at Mareeba wetlands concealed a shallow depth:
And the microbats at Paronella Park dozed in a cluster…
Filed under Nature, Travel
Today I cycled to Roma Street Parklands – these lovely gardens were the brainchild of Colin Campbell, a much loved horticulturist who died last year, and for whom a large section full of bright blooms, sculpture, trees and water features has been named.
Flower beds honouring Colin Campbell
The water dragons were out in force, scaring the tourists. And the blue fairy wrens flitted through the shrubs. Glorious park for a rest stop.
Seed pod sculptures
Water dragon perched on shrub
Blue fairy wren