Nature's Stain (II) - Bribie Island

Barbara Burkhardt

Banksia Beach, Australia

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A creek which is tannin stained by tea trees flows out to the sea from Bribie Island Qld – Australia
Bribie Island National Park

Nikon D90
Nikkor 18 -105mm @24mm
ISO400
1/350
f5
Thanks Ross for the beautiful book on water, very inspirational


“Description of Tea Trees ":http://www.anbg.gov.au/leptospermum/index.html

Tea tree oil has beneficial medical properties when applied topically, including antiseptic, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral action, and is also believed to have beneficial cosmetic properties. Tea tree oil is usually used diluted, as reactions are common with pure tea tree oil, but it can also cause irritation for some people when diluted. Tea tree oil is toxic when taken internally, and so should never be added to food or drinks.

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