Uluru and Kata Tjuta are sacred places to the aboriginal people. Visitors are dissuaded by locals from climbing Uluru although many millions have and continue to do so. This place has many associated stories about how it was created and amended over time and in many areas photography is prohibited to protect its spiritual wholeness (respectfully followed in these images). The homogeneity of the rock is unusual at this scale, rendering changes of colour, shadow and texture across its surface all the more satisfying to the eye throughout the day and at sunset. Sitting proud in the vast horizons of the red centre, the sparse fauna and flora are enjoyably thin and delicate against the solidity and strength of the rock.