44 Replies to “Contest #171”

  1. Happy new year!
    Reasonably chuffed with myself at my 3rd place finish last series.

    This one is Ayers Rock otherwise known as Uluru, in Northern Territory, Australia

  2. Uluru, in the southwest corner of Australia’s Northern Territory. Was known as Ayers Rock.

  3. Uluru (aka Ayers Rock), Northern Territory, Australia

    Those ridges are several meters apart and a couple of meters deep, which makes walking across the top of the rock quite difficult. If you zoom in on the right part of the Google Earth image you will find the white dotted line that guides visitors on the easiest route to the guestbook stored in a stone pillar.

  4. I KNOW YOU!!!! 25°20’41.85″S 131° 2’0.93″E Uluru, a rock lost in the middle of the Australian Desert

  5. Uluru (aka Ayers Rock), Central Australia

    You can see a climbing trail and hikers along it at it’s westernmost point if you zoom in (I didn’t know that was permitted). Very detailed view!

  6. Uluru, Australia

    Starting the new series off with an easy one. Good luck to all.

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