A scene looking out from a cave in the Glass House Mountains.
Acknowledging Ben Cornwall as photographer of the original image.
Entrant in 2017 Landscape Exhibition. Petrie Terrace Gallery Brisbane.
The Glasshouse mountains in Australia are the subjects of several Aboriginal stories. Coonowrin is said to be the son of Tibrogarten and Beerwah. During a violent storm, Tibrogargan commanded his son to take his mother and siblings to safety. Instead Coonowrin ran off. When his after found him he hit him causing his crooked neck. Tibrogargan was so ashamed of his son, to this day he sits with his back to him.
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Tibrogargan is one of the most easily recognised mountains in Southeast Queensland. Its towering cliff face bearing some resemblance to a old man. Aboriginal stories say Tibrogargan is the father of the other Glass House mountains.
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In the Glass House Mountain region of South East Queensland, Mount Beerwah is the pregnant mother and of all the other mountains. The father of all the other mountains in the area is Mt Tibrogargan. Local aboriginals consider the mountains sacred.
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Glass House Mountains
Panorama of the Glass House Mountains looking South from Maleny