Arrowhead Rockmaster

A scorching summer day at Girraween National Park, and the dragonflies are everywhere. Some are sitting in the shade for a while, making photography of them a little easier.

Here’s a few photos of one of my favourites (actually a damselfly), the Arrowhead Rockmaster (Diphlebia nymphoides).

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Same place, different species. Rangers Karl, Jo and Neal on their lunch break explore a granite sink-hole, get in some band practice and attempt to stay cool for a few minutes by the creek.

4 thoughts on “Arrowhead Rockmaster

  1. Jane

    Hahah…love the happy shots of you guys having a bit of fun! Now I know the name of that damselfly. Super shots. I love Carnarvon Gorge. I need to head back. πŸ™‚

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