More Red Centre

Australia has a Red Centre. I know because we saw part of it: a part still standing (Uluru) and a part long-since eroded into miles and miles of red soil.

View of Uluru (Ayer's Rock) in the distance.

Other places have red soil also: our own PEI as one example. And Utah, celebrated in video here, has a reasonable claim to be the Red Centre of the USA, although they’d likely prefer Red Center.

Rock formation reflected in bus window

So although I wasn’t exactly expecting it, I wasn’t exactly surprised either to discover that Colorado has red rock. And after seeing it in several lights on a recent trip (remember travelling?), I also wasn’t surprised by the name of one part of the Colorado red centre/center: Garden of the Gods.





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4 Responses to More Red Centre

  1. Seeing these, another place to add to our bucket list…..

  2. Jim Taylor says:

    Ah, those aspiring pinnacles…

    Jim T

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Jim T – Interesting, isn’t it, how humans translate “above us” in one sense to “above us” in a literal, physical sense?

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