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Ayers Rock, also referred to as Uluru, is a large arkose sandstone rock formation in the Northern Territory, central Australia.

Uluru is a part of the Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park and is listed as a World Heritage Site. It is one of Australia’s most recognisable natural icons.

Uluru is an inselberg, literally “island mountain”, an isolated remnant left after the slow erosion of an original mountain range.

This image was captured on a track at a short distance from Uluru, just after the sun rose.

Mamiya ZM film, as is

The Weekend Photographer: Landscapes – Sep 2010

Challenge Winner
‘Australian Icons’ – May 2010

Australiana Challenges (Icons) – May 2010
International Point of Interest – May 2010
International Point of Interest – Jun 2010
International Point of Interest – Aug 2010
Color me a Rainbow (Orange) – Sep 2010
The Weekend Photographer (Magazine) – Sep 2010
The World As We See It – Mar 2011
Islands of the World – May 2011
Australia At Large – Dec 2011
Australia’s Tracks & Trails – Sep 2013

101 views at 19/6/10

I live in Australia and enjoy bushwalking in the great outdoors, especially the world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.

My photographic interests are pretty much related to Australian landscapes, rustic Australia, historic Australia, Australian wildlife, flora, fauna, birds, etc. Guess I love the country I was born and live in.

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  • Kylie  Sheahen
    Kylie Sheahenalmost 5 years ago

    Thank you for submitting your work to the “Beauty of Nature”, lovely capture! :)

  • Thanks for the comment Kylie.

    – Michael John

  • Bev Woodman
    Bev Woodmanalmost 5 years ago

    Uluru can give off the most amazing colours … constantly changing … this is a magnificent colour Michael♥

  • Thanks for the comment Bev. Yes, the colours are amazing.

    – Michael John

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsalmost 5 years ago

    Nice shot Mike. I’d love to see & photograph this great Aussie icon. Have only seen it from a plane so far.

  • Thanks for the comment Michael. Hope you can see The Rock close-up some day.

    – Michael John

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 5 years ago

    Well done Michael. It is quite awe inspiring up close isn’t it!

  • Thanks Trish. Yes, it is an amzaing place in many ways.

    – Michael John

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsalmost 5 years ago

    Great photo Mike. Well done.

  • Thanks Michael.

    – Michael John

  • Themis
    Themisalmost 5 years ago

    This picture has been featured in the International Point of Interest group on Tuesday 4th May 2010 – congratulations!
    Good capture, fascinating place!

  • Thanks heaps; much appreciated.

    – Michael John

  • AudGirv
    AudGirvalmost 5 years ago

    Wonderful. Hope to see it myself one day. Congrats on your feature

  • Thanks for the comment. It is a wonderful place – hope you make it there.

    – Michael John

  • JoyceIone
    JoyceIonealmost 5 years ago
  • Thank you!

    – Michael John

  • Santamaria
    Santamariaalmost 5 years ago

    awe-inspiring! You live in a beautiful country..

  • Thanks for your great comments.

    – Michael John

  • Themis
    Themisover 4 years ago

    Congratulations, this picture has been voted in a top-ten place in the"’*Immovable Interesting Red Challenge*’ challenge":, and being actually one of the top five runner-ups, it will also be featured (again) on the "group overview page":

  • Thanks heaps for the feaure!

    – Michael John

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