The Glass House Mountain Pyramids silhouetted by a hot Australian sun stand tall mimicking the famous Giza Pyramids as kangaroos play in the vast open space.
White clouds attempt to mimic the white snow caps of Mount Bogong as autumn slowly changes to winter and the tops turn ever white.
A Glass House Mountains storm brews, clouds circling the peak of Mount Beerwah (right) as a sole tree seated within a recently harvested farmland stands strong mimicking the unmoving mountains.
Maleny sun rays beam onto the mountain range at sunset as rain clouds temporarily dissipate to pay homage to the suns glory.
Clouds move in for the night as the last of the sunshine strikes the famous One Tree in Maleny.
The last light of sunshine caresses the ancient majestic Glass House Mountains one last time before nightfall.
Australian Whistling Kites (or whistling eagles) circle around the peak of Mount Coonowrin as a storm slowly brews.
The Maleny mountain range is lacquered in golden light from the fading sun as the ancient Glass House Mountains stand stoic and tall in the distance.
As a storm slowly passes as Maleny rays pierce a thick blanket of clouds illuminating the lands beyond.
A Mount Nebo sunset casts is rays across the D'Aguilar Range as smoke from a forest fire creates hues of orange and yellow in the sky.
The sun drenches the Indigo Valley in its golden rays one last time before nightfall.
The sun pierces the clouds sending rays draping across the Glass House Mountains Bribie. A bird enamoured by the sun flies towards it.
A Maleny mountain sunset is a true splendour to witness. Rolling hills to infinity are only surpassed by the glory of the suns rays.
Sunshine paints the famous Maleny One Tree as the last of the day's light caresses the forests and ridges of the Glass House Mountains.
The last light of a Maleny sunset paints the ridge of a bare hilltop as cows happily graze on the endless pastures.