Photo taken during a freezing morning in central Australia desert, Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park. This bright-red color was only available for less than 5 min. Olgas (Kata-Tjuta) means 'many heads'. The site is as sacred to the Indigenous people as Uluru, Ayres Rock.

Inscribed to the list of UNESCO World Heritage in 1987. Up until today, the location is still used by the Indigenous people to perform rituals and ceremonies. The Japanese cartoon "Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind" was inspired by this beautiful and sacred land of central Australia.Don't underestimate the size of this place, it's actually VERY VERY far away from this viewing point.

Canon 70-300mm, Lee CPL, Singh-Ray 2 stop reversed ND grad

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