The Noosa River commences life in the Wahpoonga in the Great Sandy National Park (of which Fraser Island is a part) and travels south via the Noosa Everglades which open up into a series of fairly shallow lakes, Lake Cooloola, Lake Cootharaba and Lake Cooroiba and Lake Weyba. The Queensland Lakes District.
Mirrored in the waters
coming from the Wahpoonga
tall majestic reflections
whilst dark forms lurk
Even the discovery is mirrored in the still waters of the Everglades
as the Noosa River is born
bright and dark mirrored
as an avenue of trees above and below guide you on
fooling the eye
delighting the eye
with water colours changing like a rainbow as that which is reflected mirrors blue, black, brown and all shades of green.
In response to Weekly Photo Challenge