Odd Squares, Day 22

This is Mt Tibrogargan, an odd-looking hill that’s a member of the Glass House Mountains.

Can you see his face?
It’s not as distinctive as it used to be due to a rock fall a few years ago.

According to Jinibara people’s lore and custom, Beerwah is the ancestral, pregnant mother. Tibrogargan is seen as the father with Ngungun, his faithful dingo, lying at his feet.

The mountains around them are their children. Coonowrin is the eldest. The others are Beerburrum, Coochin, Elimbah, Tibberoowuccum, Miketeebumulgrai, Tunbubudla and, the youngest is currently known as Wild Horse Mountain.

You can see a photo I took of the Glass House Mountains here.

(It’s not the best resolution, but it does show the group.)

–⋅ o ♥ o ⋅–

This is my next entry in Becky’s February Squares Photo Challenge – Odd Squares.

Author: Clare

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8 thoughts

    1. Thank oyu, Cee. “We” (that is those of us who live in this part of our country) love our Glass House Mountains even if they are just a group of little hills.


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