A Photo Every Day from the Sunshine Coast - Australia

Monday, 15 February 2010

Glasshouse Mountains Revisited

At first glance this shot is almost the same as yesterday, but it's taken from quite a bit further round the range and it provides a perfect spot for a bit of revision while the sun is still high in the sky.  From left to right (heights are in metres, and because we are located pretty much at sea level, the height above sea level is pretty much the height above ground:

Coochin - 230 and 235m high respectively

Ngungun - 253m (the flatter hills in the background)
Tibrogargan - 364m (the first prominant square top)
 Beerburrum - 278m (the dome shape)
Tibberoowuccum - 220m
Coonowrin (Crookneck) - 377m
Tunbubudla Twins - 338m,  294m
Miketeebumulgrai - 202m (just visible in the haze)
Beerwah - 556m

 For those who are new to this blog, the full story was published back here.  Or to see all the previous shots, visit our September 2009 Archive.

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Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Wow, I'm imagining these photos as a mural... very unearthly looking place.
Three Rivers Daily Photo

cara said...

Unbeatable view. Superb!
Thanks for posting these.

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