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  • U L U R U / A Y E R S  R O C K 🇦🇺
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1️⃣ Uluru is definitely worth a visit during your time in Australia 🇦🇺 You can der the Field of lights until the 31. of December 2020💡
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2️⃣ The roads to Uluru are really good so you can take the drive with any reliable car 🚘 but make sure to take enough water with you 💧 Due to the high fuel prices in the outback, you might want to consider flying to Uluru though ✈️
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3️⃣ Uluru is a sacred place to the Anangu people. They requested kindly not to climb up there but despite this the amount of people doing this kept rising, so the park decided to close the climb for all tourists from the 26th of October 2019 (The day the government returned ownership of the park to the Anangu people in 1985)
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Please behave respectfully when traveling 🧭🧳 It is very nice to walk around Uluru, you can see it much better this way than climbing up there ☝🏼
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Park entry is $25 for three days (you can’t buy one or two days)
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⬇️ 🇩🇪 🇦🇹 🇨🇭
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1️⃣ Uluru ist definitiv einen Besuch wert, wenn du in Australien bist 🇦🇺 Das „Field of lights“ kannst du noch bis zum 31.12.2020 besuchen💡
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2️⃣ Die Straßen zum Uluru sind sehr gut. Du kannst also auch einen zuverlässigen Kleinwagen nehmen 🚘  achte nur darauf genug Wasser mitzunehmen.💧 Aufgrund der hohen Kosten für Benzin kann es sich allerdings lohnen zum Uluru zu fliegen ✈️
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3️⃣ Uluru ist ein heiliger Ort für die Aborigines. Sie bitten darum diesen nicht zu besteigen. Dennoch stieg die Anzahl der Touristen, die diese Bitte ignorierten Jahr für Jahr an, sodass der Park beschlossen hat den „Uluru Climb“ zum 26.10.2019 zu schließen (Der Tag an dem die Regierung 1985 den Park an die Aborigines zurückgab)
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Bitte verhalte dich respektvoll beim reisen 🧭🧳 Es ist sehr schön um den Uluru herum zu wandern und so kann man ihn auch besser sehen, als wenn man drauf steht☝🏼
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Park Eintritt kostet $25 für drei Tage (man kann keine Tickets für ein oder zwei Tage kaufen)
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📷 by @renhoak - thank you 😊 •
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#uluru #ayersrock #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #exploreuluru #fieldoflight #snapthent #ntaustralia #visitnt #northernterritory #northernterritoryaustralia #australien
  • U L U R U / A Y E R S R O C K 🇦🇺
    ・・・
    1️⃣ Uluru is definitely worth a visit during your time in Australia 🇦🇺 You can der the Field of lights until the 31. of December 2020💡
    ・・・
    2️⃣ The roads to Uluru are really good so you can take the drive with any reliable car 🚘 but make sure to take enough water with you 💧 Due to the high fuel prices in the outback, you might want to consider flying to Uluru though ✈️
    ・・・
    3️⃣ Uluru is a sacred place to the Anangu people. They requested kindly not to climb up there but despite this the amount of people doing this kept rising, so the park decided to close the climb for all tourists from the 26th of October 2019 (The day the government returned ownership of the park to the Anangu people in 1985)
    ・・・
    Please behave respectfully when traveling 🧭🧳 It is very nice to walk around Uluru, you can see it much better this way than climbing up there ☝🏼
    ・・・
    Park entry is $25 for three days (you can’t buy one or two days)
    ・・・
    ⬇️ 🇩🇪 🇦🇹 🇨🇭
    ・・・
    1️⃣ Uluru ist definitiv einen Besuch wert, wenn du in Australien bist 🇦🇺 Das „Field of lights“ kannst du noch bis zum 31.12.2020 besuchen💡
    ・・・
    2️⃣ Die Straßen zum Uluru sind sehr gut. Du kannst also auch einen zuverlässigen Kleinwagen nehmen 🚘 achte nur darauf genug Wasser mitzunehmen.💧 Aufgrund der hohen Kosten für Benzin kann es sich allerdings lohnen zum Uluru zu fliegen ✈️
    ・・・
    3️⃣ Uluru ist ein heiliger Ort für die Aborigines. Sie bitten darum diesen nicht zu besteigen. Dennoch stieg die Anzahl der Touristen, die diese Bitte ignorierten Jahr für Jahr an, sodass der Park beschlossen hat den „Uluru Climb“ zum 26.10.2019 zu schließen (Der Tag an dem die Regierung 1985 den Park an die Aborigines zurückgab)
    ・・・
    Bitte verhalte dich respektvoll beim reisen 🧭🧳 Es ist sehr schön um den Uluru herum zu wandern und so kann man ihn auch besser sehen, als wenn man drauf steht☝🏼
    ・・・
    Park Eintritt kostet $25 für drei Tage (man kann keine Tickets für ein oder zwei Tage kaufen)
    ・・・
    📷 by @renhoak - thank you 😊 •


    #uluru #ayersrock #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #exploreuluru #fieldoflight #snapthent #ntaustralia #visitnt #northernterritory #northernterritoryaustralia #australien
  • 1,510 53 1 April, 2019

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  • Taking it way back to when we explored the Red Centre with mumma bear, still one of our biggest highlights of the trip so far!
🙌🏽🚐
It’s taken a while but our blog of this epic location is finally up ‘The Red Centre - Your Ultimate Guide!
You can check it out via the link in our bio. 😃👌
  • Taking it way back to when we explored the Red Centre with mumma bear, still one of our biggest highlights of the trip so far!
    🙌🏽🚐
    It’s taken a while but our blog of this epic location is finally up ‘The Red Centre - Your Ultimate Guide!
    You can check it out via the link in our bio. 😃👌
  • 563 30 7 January, 2019
  • Gateway to Uluru.

Take a seat, it’s story time.

In mid-2017 my father and I drove into the heart of Australia to capture some astrophotography of Uluru. Clear conditions allowed us to photograph this iconic site under a sky full of stars and experience the landscape bathed in golden light during a sunrise flight.
I’ve already shared those images here, yet this image at the base of Uluru has been left untouched on my hard drive. Why?
If you browse through my portfolio, you’ll find a lack of images captured during daylight. My shots are centred around sunrise, sunset, night and overcast conditions. That’s been a conscious decision, allowing me to control the light in the scenes I shoot.
Bright daylight scenes are one of the few situations where I’ve struggled to capture appealing compositions. The direct sunlight produces harsh contrast—something I’ve purposefully stayed clear of. 
Now back to this mid-morning image taken at the base of Uluru. The direct light illuminated the foreground grass and brought out the reds in the rock which contrasted against the blue sky overhead. Yet the shadows were harsh and the colours were too jarring (especially the in the sky).
Over the past year I’ve made a conscious effort in my editing process to better control colour and light in my images. As I’ve grown in skill and confidence, the time felt right to approach this image. 
Using both luminosity masks and subtle dodging/burning, I was able to better control and direct lighting, while a newfound appreciation for HSL sliders allowed me to rein in the blues and reds which were too overpowering. The final image here is a softer, more refined version of the original—one that I’m pleased to share.

If you made it this far, thanks for reading. 
Next time you face a challenge in your photography, take a moment’s pause. Can this be viewed not as a challenge, but as an opportunity? An opportunity to grow in knowledge and expertise? An opportunity to become a better rounded photographer?
  • Gateway to Uluru.

    Take a seat, it’s story time.
    
In mid-2017 my father and I drove into the heart of Australia to capture some astrophotography of Uluru. Clear conditions allowed us to photograph this iconic site under a sky full of stars and experience the landscape bathed in golden light during a sunrise flight.
    I’ve already shared those images here, yet this image at the base of Uluru has been left untouched on my hard drive. Why?
    If you browse through my portfolio, you’ll find a lack of images captured during daylight. My shots are centred around sunrise, sunset, night and overcast conditions. That’s been a conscious decision, allowing me to control the light in the scenes I shoot.
    Bright daylight scenes are one of the few situations where I’ve struggled to capture appealing compositions. The direct sunlight produces harsh contrast—something I’ve purposefully stayed clear of.
    Now back to this mid-morning image taken at the base of Uluru. The direct light illuminated the foreground grass and brought out the reds in the rock which contrasted against the blue sky overhead. Yet the shadows were harsh and the colours were too jarring (especially the in the sky).
    Over the past year I’ve made a conscious effort in my editing process to better control colour and light in my images. As I’ve grown in skill and confidence, the time felt right to approach this image.
    Using both luminosity masks and subtle dodging/burning, I was able to better control and direct lighting, while a newfound appreciation for HSL sliders allowed me to rein in the blues and reds which were too overpowering. The final image here is a softer, more refined version of the original—one that I’m pleased to share.
    
If you made it this far, thanks for reading.
    Next time you face a challenge in your photography, take a moment’s pause. Can this be viewed not as a challenge, but as an opportunity? An opportunity to grow in knowledge and expertise? An opportunity to become a better rounded photographer?
  • 1,485 28 16 February, 2019

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  • Uluru: sacred to indigenous Australians and thought to have started forming around 550 million years ago.
Uluru holds a special cultural significance to the local Aboriginal people, the Anangu. They ask that when visiting their land, we do not climb Uluru. 
#ididnotclimbuluru
  • Uluru: sacred to indigenous Australians and thought to have started forming around 550 million years ago.
    Uluru holds a special cultural significance to the local Aboriginal people, the Anangu. They ask that when visiting their land, we do not climb Uluru.
    #ididnotclimbuluru
  • 51 2 2 hours ago
  • Hope you’re all having a lovely Easter weekend, peeps! For the next chapter in our Oz travels we jumped on a plane to the mighty Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock. The jet lag was a killer: a whole 30 minutes ahead of Sydney ⏰✈️🤣! To see the famous red rock up close and change colour dramatically from sunrise to sunset was unreal. It may appear all smooth from afar, but it’s actually got quite a structure to it in places, like caves, cracks and hollows, overhangs, waterfalls and waterholes. Many of its features are laden with meaning in Aboriginal culture. There was no water around when we visited - instead there were millions of flies 🌪 (funnily enough, this wasn’t in the brochure 😜😎).
From the Red Centre we headed on to Cairns on the East Coast. First we took a tour to the stunning Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest, watching out for the odd cassowary straying across the road - a massive, “prehistoric” flightless bird. That day was great for wildlife - we saw a dingo, many bright green tree frogs, a snake hunting said tree frogs, and... crocodiles! A big tick for the rainforest, but whatever you do, don’t go near the water! ✅🌴🐕🐸🐍🐊
Of course, the other must-do in Cairns is the GBR - the Great Barrier Reef. The best way to see it is scuba diving - a first for me. All the colourful fish and corals took my mind off the weirdness of swimming and breathing (!) under water. We also spotted a large friendly turtle, found Nemo, and some people saw a reef shark (completely harmless, apparently 😅). Double tick for the awesome crew from #OceanFreedom and for the GBR! ✅✅🐠🐟🐡🦀🐢🦈
But now for food: if you ever find yourself in Cairns, be sure to visit The Prawn Star - shoutout to @rowenakasprowicz for the top tip: huge platters of superfresh local sea food eaten on a trawler. Aye aye Capt’n! ⛴ 🦐⭐️
#10ofthebest #travel #instatravel #instatrip #travelgram #travelphotography #travelblogger #bbctravel #marcopolounterwegs #marcopolotravels #Australia #Uluru #exploreUluru #KataTjutaNationalPark #Cairns #DiveQueensland #Scuba #DaintreeRainforest #GreatBarrierReef #GBRmarinepark #PrawnStarCairns #food #seafood
  • Hope you’re all having a lovely Easter weekend, peeps! For the next chapter in our Oz travels we jumped on a plane to the mighty Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock. The jet lag was a killer: a whole 30 minutes ahead of Sydney ⏰✈️🤣! To see the famous red rock up close and change colour dramatically from sunrise to sunset was unreal. It may appear all smooth from afar, but it’s actually got quite a structure to it in places, like caves, cracks and hollows, overhangs, waterfalls and waterholes. Many of its features are laden with meaning in Aboriginal culture. There was no water around when we visited - instead there were millions of flies 🌪 (funnily enough, this wasn’t in the brochure 😜😎).
    From the Red Centre we headed on to Cairns on the East Coast. First we took a tour to the stunning Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Rainforest, watching out for the odd cassowary straying across the road - a massive, “prehistoric” flightless bird. That day was great for wildlife - we saw a dingo, many bright green tree frogs, a snake hunting said tree frogs, and... crocodiles! A big tick for the rainforest, but whatever you do, don’t go near the water! ✅🌴🐕🐸🐍🐊
    Of course, the other must-do in Cairns is the GBR - the Great Barrier Reef. The best way to see it is scuba diving - a first for me. All the colourful fish and corals took my mind off the weirdness of swimming and breathing (!) under water. We also spotted a large friendly turtle, found Nemo, and some people saw a reef shark (completely harmless, apparently 😅). Double tick for the awesome crew from #OceanFreedom and for the GBR! ✅✅🐠🐟🐡🦀🐢🦈
    But now for food: if you ever find yourself in Cairns, be sure to visit The Prawn Star - shoutout to @rowenakasprowicz for the top tip: huge platters of superfresh local sea food eaten on a trawler. Aye aye Capt’n! ⛴ 🦐⭐️
    #10ofthebest #travel #instatravel #instatrip #travelgram #travelphotography #travelblogger #bbctravel #marcopolounterwegs #marcopolotravels #Australia #Uluru #exploreUluru #KataTjutaNationalPark #Cairns #DiveQueensland #Scuba #DaintreeRainforest #GreatBarrierReef #GBRmarinepark #PrawnStarCairns #food #seafood
  • 25 2 3 hours ago

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  • Atardecer australiano, con el monte Uluru a mis espaldas 😍. Y un brindis para despedir la jornada después de conocer de cerca este espacio sagrado para los aborígenes Anangu. -
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Fascinante espacio natural sí, mucho, mucho más de lo que hubieras pensado en un principio, pero que como sorpresa “divertida” y “coñazo” a la vez 😆😆 tenía miiiiiiiiiiiiles de moscas pesadassssssssssss. 
MAMMA MÍA!!! En mi vida había luchado contra tantas y tan “cariñosas” 😂, porque, si no las espantabas continuamente con las manos, en medio segundo, literal, tenías al menos cuatro o cinco en tu nariz, dentro de ella, en los ojos, en los labios... la pera vamossssssss 🤣.
Pero a pesar de ese incordio, por supuesto que la visita a Uluru merece la pena  y te encandila, ¡eso está claro!
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Y para la ocasión, vestido cómodo y muyyyyyy cuco de @mangata_es que combiné con zapatillas Stan Smith de @adidasoriginals y bolso de @purificaciongarcia .
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En cuanto al sombrero, se me ocurrió personalizarlo con parte de la tela que me dio la modista al arreglarme el vestido 😉😄. -

Y ahora acabamos de aterrizar en Sydney 🌟👏🏻🌟. Aquí estaremos tres días. Os voy contando 🦘🦘😃🦘🦘
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#australia #uluru #exploreuluru #ulurusunset #australialovesyou #ayersrock #travelgram #travelling #traveler #australiatravel #wanderlust #viajaresvivir #goodvibes #goodvibesonly #mangata_es #adidasoriginals #purificaciongarcia #happy
  • Atardecer australiano, con el monte Uluru a mis espaldas 😍. Y un brindis para despedir la jornada después de conocer de cerca este espacio sagrado para los aborígenes Anangu. -
    -
    Fascinante espacio natural sí, mucho, mucho más de lo que hubieras pensado en un principio, pero que como sorpresa “divertida” y “coñazo” a la vez 😆😆 tenía miiiiiiiiiiiiles de moscas pesadassssssssssss.
    MAMMA MÍA!!! En mi vida había luchado contra tantas y tan “cariñosas” 😂, porque, si no las espantabas continuamente con las manos, en medio segundo, literal, tenías al menos cuatro o cinco en tu nariz, dentro de ella, en los ojos, en los labios... la pera vamossssssss 🤣.
    Pero a pesar de ese incordio, por supuesto que la visita a Uluru merece la pena y te encandila, ¡eso está claro!
    -
    Y para la ocasión, vestido cómodo y muyyyyyy cuco de @mangata_es que combiné con zapatillas Stan Smith de @adidasoriginals y bolso de @purificaciongarcia .
    -

    En cuanto al sombrero, se me ocurrió personalizarlo con parte de la tela que me dio la modista al arreglarme el vestido 😉😄. -

    Y ahora acabamos de aterrizar en Sydney 🌟👏🏻🌟. Aquí estaremos tres días. Os voy contando 🦘🦘😃🦘🦘
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    #australia #uluru #exploreuluru #ulurusunset #australialovesyou #ayersrock #travelgram #travelling #traveler #australiatravel #wanderlust #viajaresvivir #goodvibes #goodvibesonly #mangata_es #adidasoriginals #purificaciongarcia #happy
  • 69 14 3 hours ago
  • Irmangka Irmangka (Bush Medicine) by Lillian Inkamala.⁣
$260, 40 x 56cm; Acrylic on Canvas. DM or email art@walkatjara.com for purchasing details.
  • Irmangka Irmangka (Bush Medicine) by Lillian Inkamala.⁣
    $260, 40 x 56cm; Acrylic on Canvas. DM or email art@walkatjara.com for purchasing details.
  • 55 1 3 hours ago

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  • Palya from Uluru ! Woke up at 5.30am to catch the sun's first rays hit this majestic landmark. It was pure magic 👌.
  • Palya from Uluru ! Woke up at 5.30am to catch the sun's first rays hit this majestic landmark. It was pure magic 👌.
  • 36 5 8 hours ago

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  • Basically smack in the middle of Australia, Uluru, which was formally known as Ayers Rock, is a sight to behold, especially at sunrise. Here, the rock’s colors seem to change, a result from the effects of the earth's atmosphere on the sun's incoming rays. The ash, dust particles and water vapour present in the earth's atmosphere act as a filter which can remove the bluer light from the incoming rays of the sun, allowing the redder light through at different times of day. #uluru #ayersrock ⛰ #ulurusunrise #morningslikethese #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #exploreuluru #australia 🇦🇺
  • Basically smack in the middle of Australia, Uluru, which was formally known as Ayers Rock, is a sight to behold, especially at sunrise. Here, the rock’s colors seem to change, a result from the effects of the earth's atmosphere on the sun's incoming rays. The ash, dust particles and water vapour present in the earth's atmosphere act as a filter which can remove the bluer light from the incoming rays of the sun, allowing the redder light through at different times of day. #uluru #ayersrock#ulurusunrise #morningslikethese #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #exploreuluru #australia 🇦🇺
  • 26 2 19 April, 2019
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  • 🥾Outback Jack(ie) 💫
  • 🥾Outback Jack(ie) 💫
  • 139 2 19 April, 2019
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launch control this is houston we are go for launch.
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    launch control this is houston we are go for launch.
  • 1,518 5 18 April, 2019
  • Когда мы планировали путешествие по Австралии, сразу решили, что Улуру в нем будет обязательно👌. Это чудо природы находится в самом центре континента, от Сиднея мы долетели до него за 3 часа. Скала красно-оранжевого цвета ни с того ни с сего вырастает посреди пустыни. Люди облюбовали ее больше 10000 лет назад , до сих пор аборигены Австралии считают это место священным и проводят здесь свои обряды, не дают делать фото в некоторых местах и запрещают залезать наверх ⛔️. Улуру или Айерс-Рок интересна тем, что меняет свой цвет в течение дня и в разное время года, бывает даже фиолетовой. Версии ее происхождения разные: метеорит, остатки гор от выветривания, верхушка горного «айсберга» или скрытого под землей массива, как и соседняя Ката-Тьюта (о ней позже). Туристов здесь очень мало, хотя наш самолет туда и обратно был набит полностью. Учитывая, что после 11:00 нежелательно посещать Улуру, с рассвета и до этого времени мы встретили 10-15 человек 😎. Зато, как обычно, супермаркет, ресторан и бассейн при отеле были переполнены. Люди - существа удивительные 🥴. Но самое главное воспоминание о Красном центре Австралии - плавящая жара, пыль и мелкие, кусачие мухи 🦟. Они атакуют непременно и ничем их не отпугнешь, как тех же комаров. Чтобы сделать фото, быстро снимаешь сетку, кое-как делаешь лицо,  сплевываешь и смахиваешь с глаз насекомых, щелк и опять натягиваешь сетку. Как зверь в Африке. А со временем эти мухи набиваются внутрь и в отверстия сетки, надо ее вытряхивать. Это ужасно бесит и мешает восприятию. К тому же в 40 градусов в этом чехле потеешь и задыхаешься 🥵. Скачешь с места на место как кенгуру 🦘, одним глазом рассматриваешь красоту и косишься на машину. Она встречает тебя прохладой кондиционера, ты откидываешься на сиденье, выдыхаешь... А парни уже и тут вовсю радостно машут крыльями и лезут целоваться. #uluru#ulurukatatjutanationalpark#exploreuluru#ayersrock#australia_oz#redcentreaustralia#australiatrip#mydreams#самостоятельныепутешествия#pic_of_the_day#photowithlove#своимходом#австралия#австралия🇦🇺#улуру#айерс#мояпланета#путешествуйтеснами#австралиямоимиглазами
  • Когда мы планировали путешествие по Австралии, сразу решили, что Улуру в нем будет обязательно👌. Это чудо природы находится в самом центре континента, от Сиднея мы долетели до него за 3 часа. Скала красно-оранжевого цвета ни с того ни с сего вырастает посреди пустыни. Люди облюбовали ее больше 10000 лет назад , до сих пор аборигены Австралии считают это место священным и проводят здесь свои обряды, не дают делать фото в некоторых местах и запрещают залезать наверх ⛔️. Улуру или Айерс-Рок интересна тем, что меняет свой цвет в течение дня и в разное время года, бывает даже фиолетовой. Версии ее происхождения разные: метеорит, остатки гор от выветривания, верхушка горного «айсберга» или скрытого под землей массива, как и соседняя Ката-Тьюта (о ней позже). Туристов здесь очень мало, хотя наш самолет туда и обратно был набит полностью. Учитывая, что после 11:00 нежелательно посещать Улуру, с рассвета и до этого времени мы встретили 10-15 человек 😎. Зато, как обычно, супермаркет, ресторан и бассейн при отеле были переполнены. Люди - существа удивительные 🥴. Но самое главное воспоминание о Красном центре Австралии - плавящая жара, пыль и мелкие, кусачие мухи 🦟. Они атакуют непременно и ничем их не отпугнешь, как тех же комаров. Чтобы сделать фото, быстро снимаешь сетку, кое-как делаешь лицо, сплевываешь и смахиваешь с глаз насекомых, щелк и опять натягиваешь сетку. Как зверь в Африке. А со временем эти мухи набиваются внутрь и в отверстия сетки, надо ее вытряхивать. Это ужасно бесит и мешает восприятию. К тому же в 40 градусов в этом чехле потеешь и задыхаешься 🥵. Скачешь с места на место как кенгуру 🦘, одним глазом рассматриваешь красоту и косишься на машину. Она встречает тебя прохладой кондиционера, ты откидываешься на сиденье, выдыхаешь... А парни уже и тут вовсю радостно машут крыльями и лезут целоваться. #uluru #ulurukatatjutanationalpark #exploreuluru #ayersrock #australia_oz #redcentreaustralia #australiatrip #mydreams #самостоятельныепутешествия #pic_of_the_day #photowithlove #своимходом #австралия #австралия 🇦🇺 #улуру #айерс #мояпланета #путешествуйтеснами #австралиямоимиглазами
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