"Uluru (Ayers Rock)" Uluru National Park (Ayers Rock) by SueSumner

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Sunrise at Uluru

Uluru (Ayers Rock) really does change colour depending on the time of day. This photograph was taken as the sun came over the horizen and hit the rock. We had been warned it may not happen as it was quite cloudy. The time for the "glow" had passed and, suddenly, the rock lit up and it really did glow. Amazing.

The other side of Uluru

We respected the Aborigines wishes and didn't climb the rock. It is sacred to them and they must hate all the tourists going there. We walked the base instead. This photograph was taken on the other side of the famous view above and is a sacred waterhole which never dries up completely. There was a magical still feeling about the place. Well worth seeing.

  • Last visit to Uluru National Park (Ayers Rock): Nov 2003
  • Intro Written Jul 5, 2007
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