More on some of the sweet photography spots around Brisbane.
The waterfall was only a trickle, the name sounds unfortunate (I just don’t like that word Slaughter), but from every other point of view the spot was idyllic.
I especially enjoyed seeing the white faced heron, and finding Aboriginal art on the art trail.
The children enjoyed toasting marshmallows over our woodfire bbq and crunching through the charcoal.
A young magpie watched us eat our lunch and Rainbow Lorikeets, Crows, kookaburra, cockatoos and white face heron were sighted on our two trips there.
Both times we traveled there in the holidays there were families and groups picnicking, but despite this, with spaced out eating spots it didn’t seem too crowded.
We could have walked to the summit for the view but will save that for another time.
I walked slowly finding much to photograph, reflections in water over rocks, sunlight through trees, the children, and birds.
I missed the goanna…
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