this blogpost was meant to go up in a few days time, but I was so excited about it I wanted to share with you all now!
The two days we spent at Uluru were two of my favourites from the Central Australia trip (watch the video here!) and I'm so happy with how some of the photos I took there turned out, I think I'm going to get a few printed to put on my mood board.
These were so much fun to edit, I've always loved the idea of drawing on photos.
This photo actually wasn't taken at Uluru but at Kata Tjuta, which I've been calling 'The Other Uluru'. In the same national park as Uluru, there is a whole other rock, which is about the same size as Uluru (so, basically, unmissable) and I think I enjoyed the hike there more than I did the one at Uluru (although that was obviously amazing too!)
That little white circle to the left side of the rock is the moon!
The sunset turned Uluru a shade of red so bright you'd swear the photos were edited. I can promise you, they aren't! It's just the most photogenic rock I've ever seen.
We arrived at Uluru in the evening of the third day, and after quickly setting up the tents at our camping ground which can't of been more than a five minute drive from Uluru, we went to the sunset strip to watch the sun go down over the rock, which was so, so amazing.
The next day we walked around Uluru (well, three fourths of the way around, anyway) and were told some of the stories and lessons that the Indigenous people there have which was really interesting, that was probably one of the highlights of the trip for me. That day we also walked around the other Uluru; Kata Tjuta, which was really great.
I really, really enjoyed visiting Uluru and Kata Tjuta, and I'd love to go back one day! Have you ever been?