Uluru Expedition

9 DAYS JOURNEY TROUGHT THE HEART OF AUSTRALIA Photograph the magnificent setting of the sun at Uluru, Australia. Check our website www.isoexpeditions.com and make your reservation.
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First Light: This image shows Uluru, usually a bright earth red colour, at first light in ...

First Light: This image shows Uluru, usually a bright earth red colour, at first light in ...

Red Centre: When she first left the city life Fletcher spent three months in the centre of Australia capturing sensational images of Ayers rock in the Northern Territory such as Nightscape (left) and Blue Tears and Bloodwoods (right)

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

Red Centre: When she first left the city life Fletcher spent three months in the centre of Australia capturing sensational images of Ayers rock in the Northern Territory such as Nightscape (left) and Blue Tears and Bloodwoods (right)


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First Light: This image shows Uluru, usually a bright earth red colour, at first light in blue hues. Julie Fletcher insists this photograph is exactly how the iconic rock looked and she did not apply any filter to the image

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

First Light: This image shows Uluru, usually a bright earth red colour, at first light in blue hues. Julie Fletcher insists this photograph is exactly how the iconic rock looked and she did not apply any filter to the image

I photographed this glorious (and rather surprising) view of Uluru from the rock’s southern side. The weather was wild, it was raining, and cataracts of water were cascading down the rock from the heights above. To get this shot, I was standing with my tripod stretched over the stream in the foreground, with water running beneath my feet. I was on my own, so I had to continually wipe the rain from my camera while struggling to hold onto my golf umbrella in the wind.

I photographed this glorious (and rather surprising) view of Uluru from the rock’s southern side. The weather was wild, it was raining, and cataracts of water were cascading down the rock from the heights above. To get this shot, I was standing with my tripod stretched over the stream in the foreground, with water running beneath my feet. I was on my own, so I had to continually wipe the rain from my camera while struggling to hold onto my golf umbrella in the wind.

Billabong [billabong = a branch of a river forming a backwater or stagnant pool] in outback Western Australia.

Billabong [billabong = a branch of a river forming a backwater or stagnant pool] in outback Western Australia.

Roo's, do I need to give another hint to what country I'm going?

Roo's, do I need to give another hint to what country I'm going?

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