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Uluru, aka Ayres Rock

We spent three days in the red desert, exploring the ancient and sacred aboriginal sites of Uluru (which European settlers named Ayres Rock) and Kata Tjuta  – pronounced Ka-ta Chuta (called Mount Olga by settlers).  477 more words

Field Of Light

Field of Light at Uluru

I was in Fairy land…like really :-)

P.s. The guide tells you not to take photos and to enjoy…and he is actually tight. Photos can´t really transfer the magical atmosphere. 99 more words


Being An Outlaw in Australia

“Aw, finally got to fly. Left Queenstown and flew into Melbourne, Australia. To explain our travel pattern would be if you could imagine Australia as the U.S. 643 more words

Ayers Rock

Field of Light - Uluru

We arrived in Ayer’s Rock markedly sleep deprived.  Thankfully our room was available just before 3 and I crawled into bed and passed out for two hours.   440 more words


Field of Light

13 September 2017

The Field of Light is visually spectacular. Unfortunately this hack photographer does not have the skill or equipment to adequately capture it. There are some nice pictures of it at the… 42 more words

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Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku. ‘Looking at many beautiful lights.’ That’s the Pitjantjatjara name for Bruce Munro’s ‘Field of Light’ installation at Uluru in Australia. (Pitjantjatjara is one the two main languages of the Anangu, the local Indigenous group.) 361 more words

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Australia, NT - Field of Light - Uluru

The field of Light designed by British light installation artist Bruce Munro was an amazing vision. 50,000 separate light rods covering the equivalent of 4 soccer fields and completely solar powered appeared as if placed by sprites as dusk fell and darkness took over. 121 more words