Stunning photography of Uluru's many faces
For years, the Northern Territory’s most famous rock, Uluru, has been photographed by veteran shutterbugs such as Grenville Turner, Wayne Sorensen and Wayne Quilliam. Its many moods require a diverse set of skills to capture. On days of rainy downpour the huge rock’s earthy textures are on display as mini-cascades of water roll down its mist shrouded shoulders. If the weather’s clear, however, it appears as a bright monolith glowing red against an open blue sky.