Uluru waterhole

Rosina  Lamberti

Melbourne, Australia

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Carved out by water

Water has shaped the valleys, potholes and pools of Uluru. Rainstorm after rainstorm over millions of years has sent water plummeting down the hard rock, wearing it away to form grooves, and chains of potholes and plunge pools. more information
http://www.ayersrockresort.com.au/geology/

The rock is sacred to the local Anunga Aborigines.
Ayers Rock is the popular English designation (named after Sir Henry Ayers, a 19th century Australian governor). However, the rock’s official appellation is Uluru, the one given by the Anunga Aborigines.
Uluru Waterhole

The heart of Uluru

Carved out by water

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