Another one of our weekend driveabouts - around the Clarence Valley this time
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The entrance to the Richmond Range National Park. Read the sign, look at the sky!
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Start of some rather pretty country
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Young residents that just didn't know they didn't have to keep running on the road to get away from the vehicle.
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Rising mist from all the rain
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Wedge tailed eagle keeping an eye out from its vantage point
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Closer shot
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and another
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At the first rest area we came to
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Pulling fallen braches out of the way to let the car pass
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Another of many fallen trees along the way
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At the Peacock Creek camp site. Nice flat area with sheltered cooking spots and lots of wildlife
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We don't have a picnic without dressing up the area
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Lewin's Honeyeater - was more interested in human handouts than honey
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Eastern Yellow Robins - completely unafraid of humans
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What are you looking at?
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The same honeyeater as before hanging around
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Male White-browed Scrubwren - needed many shots to get one where he stood still
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Male Fairy-wren in non-breeding plumage
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Around the camp site
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Stumps do make good photos!!!
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Moss and grass looks good too
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Greater view of the camp site
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We don't leave home within it
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What was the name of that road again?
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Gum trees in the mist
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Just one of the many wooden bridges we crossed
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and just one of the many puddles
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The ubiquitous black stump
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Dried grass after rain do make a nice shade of gold
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Now, how far did you say Bonalbo was?
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Yes, and Superman lived on the other side.
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Hmmm, nice wet day
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Pretty though
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We assume he crash landed in a ballon somewhere in the paddock
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Strategically placed cows standing guard over the road
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Bridge over the Clarence River
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Clarence River - with a bit of Azolla infestation
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Golden Corn fields
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A pretty sight it was - leads to the Clarence River
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The tourist are coming, let's get out of here!
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Looking at you looking at me!
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Same river, further downstream or was it up stream?
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Some people park their 4WDs in the strangest of places
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In dry weather, it would have looked twice as nice
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Not too clear, but those are Black Swans
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More of the river
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On the way home