Uluru by golftragic

Uluru

The classic shot, the one everyone takes, partly because of where the viewing area is located to the west of the rock. Also known as Ayers' Rock, Uluru is a monolith which is 3.6Km/2.2miles long, 1.9Km/1.2miles wide and is 348 metres (1141 feet) high.

https://uluru-australia.com/about-uluru/uluru-facts/
Beautiful shot of this iconic landmark
July 24th, 2019  
Nice against that gorgeous blue sky!
July 24th, 2019  
July 24th, 2019  
@chejja The colours there are amazing.
July 24th, 2019  
I was there during your bicentennial! I had a pass on Quantas to fly to seven cities for a fixed reasonable price and a small group of us spent time there following a conference in Brisbane, I think. I know we flew in and out of Sydney, took trains, planes, etc. to Townsend (Townsville?), Cairnes, Alice Springs, Uluru (Ayers Rock back then). It was an amazing experience. Now I see where you've been traveling!
July 24th, 2019  
Great to see this shot. The rock looks good in all its different lights. It brings back memories of my first sighting, and the happy band of campers with us. I walked around it.
July 24th, 2019  
What an amazing and huge monolith
July 24th, 2019  
How fabulous to see this Marnie! Thanks for sharing a sight I don’t think I will ever be visiting! Quite magical isn’t it?
July 24th, 2019  
A stunning capture Marnie, wonderful colours of iconic Uluru. Fav
July 24th, 2019  
Still looking good even though it is 500 million years old.
July 24th, 2019  
Viewing area? Are you allowed to get closer?
July 24th, 2019  
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