Uluru Awakening

Uluru (Ayers Rock), Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia

Thousands of people visit Uluru, often just to climb the rock or watch its famous colour changes at sunrise and sunset. To really appreciate and understand Uluru I think you need to walk around it. Dwarfed by the huge size of the rock and taking in the stories of the local indigenous culture, Uluru can have a remarkably humbling presence. Having felt the impact of this rock over a number of days of exploring it and its surrounds I really wanted to capture something a little different to the usual photos of Uluru. On this occasion, with the sun below the horizon, Uluru appeared a stunning red colour, making the rock stand out from the surrounding landscape and highlighting the fascinating patterns that sweep down the sandstone sides of Uluru.

AWARDS

2015 | Bronze Award - Epson International Pano Awards