I took my most unusual travel photos so far on the flight from Sydney to Ayers rock, Uluru in September 2012. The world famous monolith known as Uluru is located in the southwestern corner of Australia’s Northern Territory. Geographically speaking, it is close to the center of Australia.The sky was crystal blue, and the land of Australia remarkably observable from above, with all its unique colors and shapes. Because much of Australia's interior is arid, the low average annual rainfall means interior rivers are often dry and lakes empty. Because of that people inhabit just a very little part of the country. Seeing the photos for the first time, most people don't believe those are real places on Earth, but they are! Mother Nature is extremely rich and versatile, in fact, so take a look and believe what you see.
- Published by Anita on November 18, 2015
- Traveled September 2012
Author: Anita Sāne
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Anita is a part-time traveller, passionate photographer and a retired career woman from Latvia, travelling mostly solo for more than 15 years. She is a skilled travel planner who plans and executes her travels by herself. Anita wants to show you how to travel the world and open your mind to new experiences. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter and Bloglovin.