The Remarkable Changing Colours of Uluru


The largest rock in the world, Uluru is one of the great landmarks of Australia and a photographer's dream. The amazing thing is how the colours of the rock change depending on weather conditions and the different moods that can be evoked by a good photographer.

Enjoy this collection of great photos of Uluru!

Image by seamus


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Rob is the founder of Light Stalking. His love for photography started as a child with a Kodak Instamatic and pushed him into building this fantastic place all these years later, and you can get to know him better here.
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Camera: Nikon D810
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Yes Amber is right, some sides of the rock are fenced off and photography is strictly prohibited, besides the rock is huge it takes couple of hours to walk around it and if you want to fit it in the frame you need to be quite far away and there are only few good vantage spots.

I’ve seen it few years ago and in the three days there I saw it at sunrise (orange), sunset (red), midday (brick), rain (shiny silver) and at night (black). Too bad I wasn’t that much into photography back then 🙁

It’s worth noting that there are some severe restrictions on photography for cultural reasons (that’s why so many photos are from the same angle).

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