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A Sense of Presence II AL50752

More than any landscape formation, I have experienced the domed ranges of Kata Tjuta have an extraordinary spiritual presence. A spiritual connection is a living part of the local indigenous culture and most who visit respect that fact. This ‘sense of presence’ is what I believe draws so many thousands from across the planet to walk its valleys and to sit and marvel as the dawn and dusk light paints its ruby hills with pastel or vibrant colour. People need and must connect with wild places, and this is an extraordinary wild place indeed. Kata Tjuta, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory.
The Anangu (pronounced arn-ung-oo) people are the traditional landowners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is an important and sacred site for them and has existed since the beginning of time – western science has dated it back around 300 million years.
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More than any landscape formation, I have experienced the domed ranges of Kata Tjuta have an extraordinary spiritual presence. A spiritual connection is a living part of the local indigenous culture and most who visit respect that fact. This ‘sense of presence’ is what I believe draws so many thousands from across the planet to walk its valleys and to sit and marvel as the dawn and dusk light paints its ruby hills with pastel or vibrant colour. People need and must connect with wild places, and this is an extraordinary wild place indeed. Kata Tjuta, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory. <br />
The Anangu (pronounced arn-ung-oo) people are the traditional landowners of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is an important and sacred site for them and has existed since the beginning of time – western science has dated it back around 300 million years.