The Many Faces of Uluru

The Many Faces of Uluru (oil on canvas) The final days leading up to October 25, 2019 saw tourists of the world swarming Uluru to make their final ascent up the ancient landmark. This day marked the official closure of Uluru to climbers in a great feat of environmental preservation and meaningful return of land to its traditional owners. My story begins January 22, 2019 when my parents and I visited Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park. We spent a couple days traversing various bush-walks leading around Uluru’s circumference, learning about the unique ecosystem it supports, the ancient history of the Anangu people and their relationship with the rock, as well as the history behind its discovery by

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