Dinner by a Victoria point creek

A line of restaurants lined one side of Eprapah Creek where I ate lunch. On the opposite side, the stream that branched out into a mini lake was lined with gum trees. My eyes were fixed on the water while I chewed on something, though I don’t remember what.  Below, Eprapah Creek that flowed from Mt Cotton into Moreton Bay was about twelve kilometres long.

Egret on Epraph Creek, Victoria Point

The waterway was home to fish and a multitude of birds. Lorikeets chattered in the trees by the water’s edge. An egret stalked over a shallow section of the lake with its eye fixed on the water around its feet, but I didn’t see it catch anything.

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