After traveling over 7000Km up to Cape Tribulation on the Queensland North Coast and back over the last month, I was able to collect a variety of creatures some of which are shown below.
This Star Fish was shot at Arlie beach, surfacing from the sand with the influx of the tide.
This Rino Beetle was quite big and aggressive, having bit my finger whilst I attempted to photograph it.
This Jeweled Spider was a long way north of those I photographed years back in the Southern Highlands of NSW.
Honey eaters were many and varied.
The Goanna seen in Queensland were smaller than their southern relatives
Fraser Island had many species of fish, these captured in shallow waters of the Champagne Pools on Fraser Island.
A Fascinating Holiday with many shots taken of scenery and wildlife in abundance.
I hope to post more as they are processed.