Travels with the Winnie: Day 32

The Olgas and another Urulu sunset

Another day in this beautiful landscape. The Olgas, which are quite beautiful at a distance, seemed to become more ordinary as we got really close to them. We stopped at a lookout.

The Olgas lookout (1 of 1)
Stephen reads about the local environment
The Olgas lookout2 (1 of 1)
Somehow this doesn’t capture the view as well as I thought it would.
Olgas residents (1 of 1)
A local couple
The Olgas lookout3 (1 of 1)
Using the zoom
the gap (1 of 1)
We didn’t go very far into the gorge here. I remembered this place from our last visit
Uluru before sunset (1 of 1)
After a visit to the Cultural Centre, a bit late in the day for me to take much interest, we went to the usual place to view the sunset on Urulu. This is just before sunset with only the rock in the light
Uluru after sunset (1 of 1)
And this is after sunset when the rock is bronze and the sky changes colour

The landscape as a whole is very beautiful, with very interesting and beautiful trees and plants. I realise that the experience is very different in the heat of summer, but I couldn’t help feeling that the people who live here must feel extremely blessed by all of this beauty. Urulu is truly awsome and the setting does much to enhance the overall effect.

2 responses to “Travels with the Winnie: Day 32”

  1. All your photos look amazing from my perspective 😊 7.35pm waiting for 8.00pm and home.

    Looking forward in my shifts, from the 2nd to 9th of July, I have no work at Gleddon. I’ll call HCA and ask if they could find me some hours that week.


  2. We got all excited about the lookout photo and canyon walk as we remembered these from escorted RAC tour around 2005ish. Geoff remembers a DC3 coming in to land when we were at the lookout. Love Ree and Geoff.

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