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Images Dated 2011 May

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Choose from 76 pictures in our Images Dated 2011 May collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Three seagulls snoozing in bright sunlight Featured May Print

Three seagulls snoozing in bright sunlight

Standing unafraid, each on one leg, with heads tucked in, on a sandy beach

© Wes Eggins

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17 May 2011 Featured May Print

17 May 2011


Devil's Pool (Babinda Boulders), Babinda Creek, Far Noth Queensland, Australia Featured May Print

Devil's Pool (Babinda Boulders), Babinda Creek, Far Noth Queensland, Australia

Devil's Pool or Babinda Boulders is a natural pool at the confluence of three streams among a group of boulders near Babinda, Queensland, Australia. The pools have taken 17 lives since 1959. Despite that, this place is an iconic Cairns attraction and popular swimming hole and tourist attraction south of Cairns. It is a classic example of the fast flowing tropical creeks in the area that are perfect for afternoon dips in the cool water to combat the tropical heat. The creek is lined with huge boulders and the clear fresh water weaves between the obstacles to fill large pools where people can swim. Just behind The Boulders is Mt Bartle Frere, Queensland's tallest mountain, from which Babinda Creek's cool water originates. The section of the creek where the water rushes over massive granite boulders, smoothing and shaping them, is referred to as The Babinda Boulders

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