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For my last photos from Girraween NP some photos from a walk down Bald Rock Creek.
The main one shows a magnificent eucalyptus tree that escaped and fire damage in 2019, although on the right hand edge of the photo is a burnt shrub. Many eucalypts that shed their outer, usually smooth, bark have bright colours underneath so the reds and yellows you can see on the tree trunk is completely natural but beautiful.
The first workshop shows another view across the creek this time towards large slabs of granite and several trees burnt in the fires.
The final WS shows where the creek opens up more as it flows through and over granite slabs.
Once again it was very overcast (and drizzling at times) so the light was even but dull.
Now a mention of Bald Rock which the creek is named after. The feature called Bald Rock isn't in Girraween NP and not even in Queensland. It is just a short distance away over the border in New South Wales in Bald Rock NP. I didn't visit it on this trip but my next posting will show it from a visit back in 2004.

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