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Conglomerate boulders at Walpa Gorge of Kata Tjuta

Boulders of sandstone conglomerates at Walpa Gorge of Kata Tjuta just before sunset. Kata Tjuta's sandstone conglomerate are made of pieces about 15 or so centimeters in size while Uluru is made of much finer grains about 1 to 2 millimeters in size. Taken in July 2006 during our sunset hike into Walpa Gorge. This image is about 42% of the original. More Australia pictures available.

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