On the Hunt for Joy – repeat

This week, Cee’s challenge asks for a repeat and I’m repeating a trip to Uluru, that iconic rock. It doesn’t matter what time of day I see it, I just love the colours and textures.https://ceenphotography.com/on-the-hunt-for-joy-challenge/

Sunset
Sunrise

None of these images are culturally sensitive to the Anangu people, the traditional owners.

Did you know that there have been many theories about Uluru – meteor etc., from 10000 years ago. It’s at least 550 million years old and made of a few rock types, some ancient.

The shaping occurs through erosion and below the surface, the rock continues.

Visit it if you come to Australia, but it is pretty much in the middle of our island, so demands a lengthy drive.

You won’t be sorry. It will touch your soul.

Hat, water and sunscreen!

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