Few scenes are as iconic of Australia as Uluru – sometimes called Ayer's Rock. Sacred to the Aboriginal People who still live nearby, Uluru lies near the middle of Australia, and there really isn't much anywhere nearby. It is a bit of a task to get there, especially if one elects to do so by land, as I did during the Fall (Australia's fall, that is) of 2010. I was quite lucky with the colors while I was there. Typically, there is little to no green to be found, because the area is incredibly dry. I was quite lucky when I visited, as it had rained an unusually high amount in the weeks leading up to my arrival, thus the green leaves and grasses scattered around the enormous, orange rock that can be found on countless book covers and posters advertising Australia.
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