The tourist comes here with the camera taking pictures all over. What has he got? Another photo to take home, keep part of Uluru. He should get another lens - see straight inside. Wouldn't see big rock then. He would see that Kuniya living right inside there as from the beginning. He might throw his camera away then."
- Tony Tjamiwa.
We have just wrapped a two week trip to Alice Springs, NT with Education Services Australia, creating a series of short films to inspire and engage teachers around Australia. We had the opportunity to work with so many amazingly talented and inspirational people. I thank you all for your willingness and generosity. Spending time in such a vibrant part of Australia has certainly left a lasting impression.
Over the weekend we hit the road and headed south to spend a few days recharging our internal batteries while wandering around Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. I had the chance to create a few stills while I was there but for most of the time I left the camera in the car and just walked, wondered and marveled at this simply breathtaking place.