High-tide mangroves at noon

A quick walk at John Oxley Park in Brisbane on a hot summer day with my son, niece, nephew and the dog. Their keen eyes detect all sorts of interesting things.

Walking at noon on a hot summer day. Not always a great idea, but we were keeping it short.

As a photographer I'm always looking for 'low-contrast' lighting, so I'd never really looked at the mangroves in high-tide at noon. The colours and contrasts were very engaging.

A Bar-sided Skink ( Eulamprus tenuis ) peers from the cool shade of a Grey Mangove hollow.

Shadows at noon in the high-tide waters.

The Yellow-striped Flutterer (Rhyothemis phyllis).

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