Kata Tjuta – The Olgas

 

Kata Tjuta means “many heads” in the local indigenous language and the area is sacred under Tjukurpa and Anangu men’s law.

 

Photo: Baz – The Landy

Footnote: The “T” in Tjuta is silent…pronounced Kata (T)~juta

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7 thoughts on “Kata Tjuta – The Olgas

  1. Amy Reese August 31, 2015 / 8:32 am

    Love it! I love the sound of it, too. It sounds like the name of a monster. I’m writing a monster story so I’ve been looking lots of words and meanings of words, etc. This is really cool. Great photos, too!

    Do you know of anything that means “deep waters” by any chance? Something like that?

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  2. Lavinia Ross August 31, 2015 / 1:35 am

    Love the color, but B&W is very powerful. Great photos, Baz, as always.

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  3. Barbara Grandberg August 30, 2015 / 6:06 pm

    forgot to click the see new comments….

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  4. Barbara Grandberg August 30, 2015 / 6:00 pm

    so beautiful and, to me, the black and white photo is very haunting…..

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    • ksbeth August 30, 2015 / 6:14 pm

      your pictures, are, and have been amazing. keep ’em coming –

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      • Baz - The Landy August 30, 2015 / 11:04 pm

        Thanks sweetie, I wish all could experience it in person, photos never quite do it justice, Baz

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    • Baz - The Landy August 30, 2015 / 11:02 pm

      Hey BG it feels that way when you are there!

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