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The Riverlet Lachlan runs heavy in winter with runoff from the surrounding mountains. Here the water converges squeezing between these worn rock then washes on into a deeper gutter before scooting on down the river bed to meet the Derwent River still kilometres away. The rocks here are slippery and the water is cold and I complete this painting in two wet damp sessions yet it is more than worthwhile to be in this beautiful place where the resident platypus pops up alongside to collect herself or himself and catching a surprised look from me though it doesn't stick around because she's much too busy hunting down on the river bed.

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platypus at rapids (2016)


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Raymond Wittenberg


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