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Uluru is the largest monolith in the world, standing tall at over 340 meters above the sea level. The uniqueness of the Uluru is the variety of shades of the rock as it changes hues in accordance with the sun, from reds to oranges to grays.

This picture was taken under the very last light of the setting sun, when the rock of Uluru reaches its most intense red hues and the shadows could not stretch out further.

A perfect time and a perfect place for a kiss on the the rocks!

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