As the rising sun casts its glow across the desert, shadows stretch across the landscape and the Red Centre comes alive.
Capturing an Uluru sunrise from the open doors of a helicopter is a very special experience, bug also sometimes difficult given the rules about photographing Uluru often mean you capture sunrise from the shaded side of the rock. The issue always being to photograph the North East face where the sun lights up the rock also means capturing sacred and sensitive sites to Anangu and Tjukurpa, and those images are not acceptable to publish.
Learn more about the Photography Rules and Guidelines that help to protect and respect Anangu culture from the UKTNP Parks Office https://parksaustralia.gov.au/uluru/do/photography.
I wish to acknowledge Anangu who are the Traditional Owners and Custodians of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, whose Country this image was captured on, paying respects to elders past, present and future. Images of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are captured and available for sale under a commercial photography permit. More details can be provided on request.
Limited to 20 Prints of each size
SIZE: A3 or A2
PAPER: Canson Rag Photographique 100% Cotton fibre Matte
OPTIONAL MOUNT: 19×13″ (A3), 24×15″ (A2) Arctic White 100% Acid Free mat board
PRINTED WITH PASSION
All our prints come on Canson or Hahnemuhle 100% cotton fibre rag paper 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.