Having decided not to climb Uluru, we started on a 3 hour long walk around it. From far it might seem that the rock is fairly monotonous, but that's not quite true.
The rock itself is rather overpowering in some places, while at others it gently rolls down and is edged by smaller boulders like in the first photo above. Swipe to see some rather unusual striations, ribs & holes in the surface of the rock (it's definitely not as 'smooth' as it first appears); followed by one of the 'cave'-like hollowed out parts of Uluru that were used by the Aboriginal people as shelters, for cooking or for gatherings.
And, in the last frame: the striations closely resemble a human _ _ _ ? It's an easy guess!