The Bunyip's Lair

Ben Loveday

Joined December 2008

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The Bunyip is an indigenous mythological australian creature that eats small children and lurks in billabongs (waterholes).
There are many theories surrounding the origins of the “bunyip” and its story/ legend, but the amazing thing about it is the persistence of the story over time- it is probably older than the Bible, it’s origins shrouded in the passage of time, and the fears at the heart of the story reaching deep into the cultural mindsets of humanity.
Photo taken in the Morialta Conservation Park, South Australia, approaching the southern rim lookout, through a tunnel of Native Sheoaks.

1269 views@18 September 2015.

Featured in: As Is Photography + Nature and Man + A Wilderness Somewhere + Nature’s Patterns And Designs

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