Kata Tjuta

Within the same national park as Uluru lies Kata Tjuta (also known as the Olgas). 

They look like they are the same red rock as Uluru, but they are actually a conglomerate rock.  It is very interesting to see all the little pieces close up.

As we started walking through the area, we were saw two new critters.  The second one had a huge grasshopper in his mouth!

Josh and I agreed that we enjoyed walking around here even more than Uluru because you actually feel like you are “in” the environment rather than just looking at it.  The sky was a beautiful blue and I just could stop taking pictures!

Can you see a winking face?

After a great hike, we relaxed on some nearby benches to take in the sunset on Kata Tjuta.  Someone else had a different viewpoint….

The sunset was the perfect end to a beautiful day!

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