In the weak light of dawn, many people are waiting. Their eyes still imbued with sleep, their cameras ready. They all look towards the monolith. And wait. The giant rock lies asleep, uncaring. Subtly, the cold blue of the receding night slowly disappears into a warm, comforting red. The sky flares up. The rock awakens, wearing countless shades of red. In Uluru, a new day begins.
28 October 2010 – Uluru, Northern Territory, Australia.
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