Uluru Evening Moon and Venus

By: Kang Jisoo


Ayers Rock (Uluru), Northern Territory, Australia

2010 September 10


From the photographer: "Uluru is one of the World Heritage Sites, and known as the biggest monolith - single massive rock - in the world. After sunset in this image, the moon and 'evening star' (Venus) can be seen shining over Mt. Olgas (Katatjuta) in the western sky. Mars and Spica can be seen below and to the right of bright Venus" - Kang Jisoo

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