Still behind by quite a few weeks but here's 2 more weeks...
Day 316 (11 November) - Water droplets and rose ruffles.
Day 317 (12 November) - Gone to seed.
Day 318 (13 November) - Overgrown.
Day 319 (14 November) - Juvenile Butcherbird.
Day 320 (15 November) - HMQS Gayundah wreck off Woody Point, Redcliffe, QLD.
Day 321 (16 November) - Woody Point Jetty, Redcliffe, QLD.
Day 322 (17 November) - Silver Gull sentinel.
Day 323 (18 November) - Sunrays at sunset.
Day 324 (19 November) - Hornibrook Bridge long exposure, Brighton, QLD.
Day 325 (20 November) - "The Avenue of Honour", Anzac Avenue, Beerburrum, QLD. These trees are unique because they’re the only identified trees in Queensland which were initiated and planted by returned World War One soldiers.
Day 326 (21 November) - View of Mount Beerwah & Mount Coonowrin from the Lookout Cafe in the Glasshouse Mountains.
Day 327 (22 November) - "Bob" the Butcherbird. He is the resident thief of the Lookout Cafe. He will steal chips, potato wedges and anything else right out of your hand. The cafe provides water spray bottles on the tables to scare him off.
Day 328 (23 November) - Sometimes we need a shift in focus to see the importance of the smaller things.
Day 329 (24 November) - Tree Fern.
Joining in with Gina & Sarah: