image Wild Weekly Challenge: Unusual

Lets be Wild Weekly Photo Challenge this week is Unusual.

Nature is full of the unusual, unique and wonderful. Travelling around Brisbane and its surrounds, a sub-tropical paradise with mangroves, wetlands and sub-tropical bushland, one never knows what’s around the corner.

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Pandanus Palm with its fantastic root system loaded with edible fruit

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Air roots of the Strangler Fig

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Storm damaged, this vine has fallen in a cross-hatch pattern

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Spiders web … or rather a ‘net’

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Zig-zag joining of another spiders web … I suspect Golden Orb variations

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Spiders web after the rain … one may wonder if they are midgees caught or baby spiders

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Jelly fish grounded in the mangroves at low tide

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Jellyfish in the Bay … large tentacles rather than the thin stingers

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Cicada shell, its occupant long gone

I’m participating in the online adventure travel magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggersThis week’s Challenge is: Unusual!

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