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“The first time I see Kata Tjuta again is from a helicopter, we are flying towards the 36 domes as the sun is rising, the rocks are lit up perfectly by golden light as if it was in a perfectly lit studio. Sitting in the front passenger seat with a wide-angle lens on one camera and a 70-200mm lens on my other camera. I am trying to capture it all, scared that I will miss the amazing light.
As we drift along the landscape you can really see how vast and huge the ancient area is, Kata Tjuta is truly massive. At it’s highest point it is 546 m (1,791 ft.) above the surrounding landscape, remembering Uluru is 348m above the land below”
An out take from a recent blog I wrote about Kata Tjuta.
Australia • Northern Territory • Uluru–kata Tjuta National Park

Canon 5D Mark II
200mm · f/4.5 · 1/1250s · ISO 640
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