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Arguably Australia’s most photographed natural icon. I try to resist taking too many photographs of this beautiful rock, but as I drive past it every day of my life, sometimes the temptation is too strong to ignore.

Uluru, 2005.

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Tags

ayers, desert, red, rock, sand, sunset, uluru

Comments

  • PJ Ryan
    PJ Ryanover 6 years ago

    beautiful

  • Thanks Nicole. I am so glad that you like this photo. It is indeed a beautiful part of the country.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • bellmusker
    bellmuskerabout 6 years ago

    When I was living in Europe, I would have dreams of red earth so vivid and vibrant that in the end, they lured me home. Whenever I doubt my decision, I should just come here and lose myself in this gorgeous photo………….thank you!

  • Thank-you bellmusker. You are most welcome to come here and lose yourself in this photo anytime you like! I understand exactly what you mean about the red earth. For nearly eight years now, it has ‘kept’ me enjoying desert life here at Uluru. I will find it very difficult to ever leave here.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseabout 6 years ago

    This is so BEAUTIFUL Keiran………I have a watercolour of your Rock done by a NewZealander, Malcolm Warr which I’ve had for 24 years. Have never been to your country ……… but I know it’s absolutely fascinating in every way, shape and form………..outstanding gallery you have here …….. :-))

  • Thank-you PrairieRose for your wonderful comments. It is indeed a fascinating country. With some incredible landscapes. I have been lucky enough to live virtually in the shadow of Uluru for a number of years, and never stop marvelling at its beauty.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Faith Barker Photography
    Faith Barker P...about 6 years ago

    beautiful, another place i would love to see

  • Yes, it is a spectacular place to visit. And an even more beautiful place to live! Thanks for the feedback! :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Stephanie Johnson
    Stephanie Johnsonabout 6 years ago

    You see so many photos of Uluru but this one has some extra – with the red sand and Australian vegetation it really adds perspective and context – great shot! It’s much greener than I would have thought – awesome place.

  • Cheers Stephanie. Yes, most visitors are surprised with how much ‘greenery’ exists in the landscape around Uluru.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • AndrewBentley
    AndrewBentleyabout 6 years ago

    Different view well done!

  • Thanks Andrew. Glad you liked it.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanabout 6 years ago

    oh Keiran this has to be the best photo of Uluru, …magnificient.

  • Thank-you very much ginnymac! I am so glad that you like this shot :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • SandraRos
    SandraRosalmost 6 years ago

    This is stunning ! ! !

  • Thanks SandraRos. It is indeed a stunning place.

    – Keiran Lusk

  • SandraRos
    SandraRosalmost 6 years ago

    Your photograph really compliment it. Kind regards out of Africa., Sandra

  • :-) Heartfelt thanks for the wonderful comments and kind greetings. Enjoy :-)

    – Keiran Lusk

  • Barbara Morrison
    Barbara Morrisonalmost 6 years ago

    Very pretty!

  • Thanks so much Barbara.

    – Keiran Lusk

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