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Sunrise, Sunset at Ayers Rock


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ULURU, in the Northern Territory of Australia is perhaps the #1 place in the world to view the Sun rising and setting

Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) are Australia’s most recognizable natural landmarks.

Witnessing the Sun set and rise over these massive sandstone formations is an awe-inspiring experience and a ‘must do’ on every visitor’s list.  

The color changes result from the effects of the earth’s atmosphere on the Sun’s incoming rays.

The ash, dust particles and water vapor present in the earth’s atmosphere act as a filter which can remove the Blue light from the incoming rays of the Sun, allowing the Ted light through at different times of day. Reflections from the rock and clouds in the sky enhance the vivid colors.

Have a happy healthy day, Keep the Faith!

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