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Dead Trees Speak

By LarryG
Immortality in the desert. This detail at Uluru, (aka Ayers Rock) has been sacred to the Anangu aboriginal people of Australia's Northern Territory for thousands of years. The rock, trees, and dead trees tell me the sacred Anangu story of cultures and time and the frailty of people in nature. Experiencing this place and its people underlines respect for aboriginal and indigenous cultures everywhere. Your comments are appreciated. Thanks. Larry

Tags: Australia Desert Rock Northern territory Uluru Ayers rock Landscape and travel Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

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LarryG 3 9 1 United States
30 Sep 2019 3:49AM
Please view large with black background.
Toobi_Won 10 77 8 England
30 Sep 2019 10:11AM
The trees appear as miniatures against that background, Larry.
Super shot!
BobinAus Plus
6 3 10 Australia
30 Sep 2019 12:23PM
Superb picture that shows the enormous size of Uluru with just a small part of it. I especially like the contrast between the brightly lit vegetation and the rock's sinews in shadow. Bob
LarryG 3 9 1 United States
2 Oct 2019 2:14AM
Toobi_Won, Thanks for your visit and compliment. Larry
LarryG 3 9 1 United States
2 Oct 2019 2:15AM
Bob, I look forward to share more images together. Thanks. Larry

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