This is probably my favorite photo I took during the year and a half I lived in Australia. Many people have heard of Uluru (or Ayer's Rock, as it is sometimes called), but far fewer have heard of its sister formation, the Kata Tjuta, shown here. Personally, I think Kata Tjuta is even more beautiful than Uluru. I had to get up pretty early in order to be here for sunrise, but the sleep I lost was completely worth it. The amount of green on the trees in this photo is quite unusual – it had rained quite heavily in the weeks leading up to my arrival, which resulted in significantly more plant life than is typical of the region.
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