Ayers Rock or Uluru in the red center of Australia. It is a journey to get to Alice Springs from just about any major city, but well worth it. Photo by peo pea, via Flickr

Ayers Rock or Uluru in the red center of Australia. It is a journey to get to Alice Springs from just about any major city, but well worth it. Photo by peo pea, via Flickr

The amazing Uluru Rock http://www.bloggerme.com.au/states/ulluru-central, located in the heart of Australian outback.

Woman takes the most magical photographs of Australia you'll ever see

The amazing Uluru Rock http://www.bloggerme.com.au/states/ulluru-central, located in the heart of Australian outback.

This scene typifies Australia's outback. A Ghost Gum's smooth white bark contrasts with the rugged red-brown ridges of the MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory.  #SteveParish #Australia #Landscape http://www.steveparishgallery.com/products-page/outback/macdonnell-ranges-nt-2/

This scene typifies Australia's outback. A Ghost Gum's smooth white bark contrasts with the rugged red-brown ridges of the MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory. #SteveParish #Australia #Landscape http://www.steveparishgallery.com/products-page/outback/macdonnell-ranges-nt-2/

Mutitjulu Waterhole - Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, Central Australia

Mutitjulu Waterhole - Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, Central Australia

Early morning catches the bark of a ghost gum and the domes of Kata Tjuta in full splendour. I had the permission of local Aboriginal elders to photograph here, and it was out of respect for their traditional beliefs that I purposely included more than just one of Kata Tjuta’s domes in the composition. But this was back in the days before bureaucrats began over-regulating this national park. Nowadays, ninety-five percent of the Kata Tjuta area, including the location pictured here.

Early morning catches the bark of a ghost gum and the domes of Kata Tjuta in full splendour. I had the permission of local Aboriginal elders to photograph here, and it was out of respect for their traditional beliefs that I purposely included more than just one of Kata Tjuta’s domes in the composition. But this was back in the days before bureaucrats began over-regulating this national park. Nowadays, ninety-five percent of the Kata Tjuta area, including the location pictured here.

Rust, concrete, black and slashes of ivory. Not your usual Australian color scheme!

Rust, concrete, black and slashes of ivory. Not your usual Australian color scheme!

blue gum tree, tasmania

The world's biggest and most vulnerable trees – in pictures

Gum Tree Snowy Mountains Australia Photo: Steve Turner

Gum Tree Snowy Mountains Australia Photo: Steve Turner

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