This is on your left when you walk to the swimming hole from the picnic area carpark.

The trees between the sand and the water are bottle brush. They are an Austalian native and are often found growing around creeks and other places. Birds love them as the flowers have lots of nectar. The flowers look like brushes designed to clean out bottles.

The bottle brush trees in this photo are bending over for some reason. Maybe there has been a flood and they got bent over like that.

Murray Falls is between Tully and Cardwell in Far North Queensland, Australia

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My practical painting tutors include people from the Flying Art School (1978 to 1981), the Studio West End (2004 to 2010) and the Brisbane Institute of Art (2008 to 2011).

I began printmaking in 2004 at the Studio West End, then started again there in 2006.I have done it constantly since 2006 at either the Studio West End or the Brisbane Institute of Art.

Darkroom techniques were obtained from the Brisbane Institute of Art beginning in 2009.

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