As a Piranpa tour guide, I am not permitted to know or recite any stories relating to Kata Tjuta.  The area West of Uluru is considered men’s business so I can only  tell you about the geology, flora and fauna of the area. In the Pitjantjatjara language spoken by Anangu, Kata Tjuta means Many Heads, and it wouldn’t be difficult for the imagination to see why.

Our first Uluru tour in 2017 was simply a spellbinding trip, not just for our clients, but for the tour leaders as well. The level of access we have been granted to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to capture these images has been exceptional and we have to devote many thanks to the team at the UKTNP parks office for all their help and support.

Limited to 20 Prints

This print comes as an A2 Landscape print. Optional mount is a sandwich of 24×18″ Off white matboard, using 100% acid-free materials.

Our limited edition prints are printed using the highest quality Archival inks on cotton rag papers, and come labelled with print details and supplied with a certificate of authenticity. You can choose to have this print signed by Jay or left without a signature.

All our prints are printed on Canson or Hahnemuhle Rag paper stock using Epson Archival Quality Inks and shipped to you in a stiff shipping tube or flatpack to ensure your print arrives undamaged and ready for framing.

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