If there’s one thing that introduces everything else into view, it’s portraits of Ground from space.
So get ready, cause this new photo of central Australia’s dazing Uluru, as seen from above was in the process of constitute you feel small-minded and unimportant. In a good way.
The photograph was said that he shared French astronaut and current International Space Station member, Thomas Pesquet on Facebook, and Lord almighty, it’s a doozy.
The Uluru Kata Tjuta site is located in the country’s Northern Territory, and is a website of deep spiritual relevance for the Indigenous Anangu people.
The rock is a careening 348 meters high( 1,142 paws) and yet from opening it looks just like a pebble, or a shard of something you’d find washed up at the beach.
Really places everything else into attitude, hey?