Weekly photo challenge: A Red Centre landscape



The heart of our land…

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This week, it’s all about landscape photography….share a photo of a landscape: a wide establishing shot of a scene in nature or an urban setting.

Despite having travelled the world, I’m embarrassed to say that up until last year I had never been to the centre of Australia.  These are just a few of my favourite landscape shots from Uluru.  The sun on the rock gives it a variety of colours particularly at sunrise and sunset. It is really something that must be seen to be believed.

Uluru at sunrise

I wrote a few posts about our trip when I was doing my every day is an adventure series.  I used these and other photos to try to describe the beauty of this beautiful landscape but realise that no photo can ever do it justice!

Deb x

 

 

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29 comments

  1. I think the second photo is my favorite!

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  2. I’ve never been there Deb so don’t feel too bad. Great shots!

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  3. I can see that we’re going to have to go!!

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  4. As far as red landscapes go, it doesn’t get more stunning than this. And I haven’t been either Deb, it’s next on the bucket list to go right up the centre to the Kimberleys. Beautiful photos.

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  5. I went in 1974 and was privileged to climb the rock. I think your photos are fantastic and give a good idea of the majesty of the rock and the red centre.

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  6. I’m definitely going there! It’s a must see. Beautiful photos.

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  7. They’re all gorgeous pictures. I’d love to visit one day too, it’s one of the places on our bucket list. I love the last shot with the colours behind #wkendblogshard

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  8. Wonderful photos of a wonderful place. It amazes me that so many Aussies have never visited.

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    • I know it’s amazing isn’t it? Probably because it’s on their doorstep that they plan to get around to it one day. I’m glad I can say I’ve been there now and I will go back too as there are many other places worth seeing out there. Thanks for your comment Ruth.

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  9. So, apparently it changes colors as the sun sets, I heard. And that is what I saw here! Well done!

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  10. Speccy shots Debbie, just beautiful. We were only talking about Uluru today and that we’d like to do the marathon there one day. Then I read a post about Uluru and the next post is yours about Uluru. Must be a sign.

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  11. Amazed by your shots , they’re spectacular!

    Would you mind joining me in the”7-day nature challenge”?
    You should post a different photo on the theme , for seven days consecutively , each time nominating a co-blogger to participate in this challenge….(Today , for me is being the 7th photo)
    If you have time, please accept !

    http://unavistadisanfermo.wordpress.com

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    • Thanks for your encouraging comments. I’ve been nominated for this by another blogger as well so am going to try to do it. I’m not sure about nominating someone else every day though. Thanks again 🙂

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  12. Wonderful shots, Debbie! 🙂 Have a happy weekend!

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