A Photo a Day

October 31, 2005

Uluru

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Ayers Rock in the evening. It is amazing how the colours change in the course of a day.
This is due to reflecting particles in the rock itself.

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One Response to “Uluru”

  1. Gabor Says:

    it really is a spectacular place. awe-insiriring actually. I love the miles of nothingness.

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