No (Extra) Ordinary Rock

There are so words you can use to describe Uluru, Australia’s massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s Red Centre, but I wouldn’t call it extraordinary.

Uluru is so much more than that.

Ancestral. Beautiful. Ceremonial. Dream-time. Exceptional. Fragile. Gigantic. Historical. Indegious. Jutting. Kaleidoscopic. Large. Magical. Nurtural. Opulent. Primordial. Quintessential. Red. Spiritual. Towering. Unique. Vibrant. Wondrous. Xeric. Y. Zonary.

Sunrise Over Uluru - taken Saturday October 17 at 5:51 am, 15 minutes prior to sunrise.

Sunrise Over Uluru (Ayers Rock), Saturday October 17, 2015 at 5:51 am (15 minutes prior to sunrise).

I had so much fun finding an apt descriptive word for each letter of the alphabet, but unfortunately lucked out with the letter Y.  Please leave me a comment if you know of one that describes this more than (Extra) Ordinary Rock.

In response to the WordPress Photo Challenge (Extra) Ordinary


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