Five Photos, Five Stories – Day Four: Outback

FPFSChal3Visiting Ayers Rock or Uluru was always something which was right on top of my bucket list (if there ever was one). And a few years ago we did this trip. It is such a stunning place. One of those places which just captures you. Although it seems to always be busy out there, we still felt the serene aura of this place.

I feel that some places just have a special vibe. They make you feel different and this is definitely one of those places. We tried to do as much as possible with two kids who were still very young and would have preferred to stay at the pool all day. Who can blame them, it was pretty hot…

I would definitely like to return, as I would love to do a couple of hikes which we couldn’t do because they kids were still too young. And maybe this time our daughter will not fall asleep as soon as we get in the car anymore…


A couple of days ago I received the following invitation:


I’m about to invite you to join in a challenge I recently accepted. Five Photos, Five Stories. I thought this challenge could present you with the opportunity of view blogging from a different angle, to do something different, anything that suits you for that matter. It’s entirely up to you. …


The Five Photos, Five Stories Challenge rules require you to post a photo each day for five consecutive days and attach a story to the photo.Β  It can be fiction or non-fiction, a poem or simply a short paragraph – it’s entirely up to you.

Then each day, nominate another blogger to carry on this challenge.

Accepting the challenge is entirely up to the person nominated, it is not a command. And actually everyone can join in. So feel free to if you like the idea.

Thank you so much, Clare from My Creative Cosmos or Clare & Dean for nominating me for this amazing challenge.


I would like to invite Linda from Nutsrok to join the party. As I said, it is totally up to you to accept this challenge.


Add yours →

  1. Hi SB,

    Dead and I have Uluru on our trip “Must See Places” list and I can’t wait to get there.


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  2. The sign says it all. Uluru and Kata Tjuta are special places for the local Aboriginal people. Climbing Uluru is discouraged. I’ve been lucky got go there many times and I’ve never climbed it. As a Waridjeri Man myself( the local Aboriginal Nation where I live) I couldn’t ignore the local lore, no matter how much I really wanted to.
    The feeling of solitude out there is wonderful, no matter how many people might be about. The county just swallows them up.Well worth a visit, except in summer.

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  3. A place with local lore is always a wonderful adventure. Great post.

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