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outback sunset over kata tjuta by globetrotter85 outback sunset over kata tjuta by globetrotter85
The most stunning sunset I have ever experienced. It was so amazing!

The rocks you can see on the bottom are Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas, a rock formation not far away from Uluru (Ayers Rock), in Australia's outback.

Some people say it looks like Homer Simpson lying on his back. The rocks on the left side actually look like his face, don't they? :-)
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:iconhorsegalcaitlin:
WOW! This is fantastic! I use it here in a graphic non commercial use. I hope you don't mind, [link]
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GnarlySunset Nov 11, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Gorgeous! :)

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:iconhorsegalcaitlin:
I have a photo of an Australian Sunset I took last year- [link]
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markie2k Oct 20, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Nice:)
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:iconiechora:
Amazing and stunning! Instant FAVE!
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:iconbirthstone:
Hi ^^
You have been featured
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winged-freedom Dec 4, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
beautiful photo!! amazing colors; you're lucky to have been there [:
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MiSsGeRmAnY Dec 4, 2009
wow !!
the colors are just wow !!
wow !!
incrediably amazing
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:iconcarolynthepilot:
Simply Fabulous! Sangria in color- blood reds, "Fire In The Sky"...Love it. Nice capture.
Carolyn
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skotsoad Dec 3, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
This is amazing! I remember seeing sunsets like this but I never had a camera, I had a camera when I worked in the Nullarbor but it was just a disposable so none of the pics turned out too well.
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