Known for its rich array of colours, Uluru is one of the most photogenic places on earth. But these pics went above and beyond – creating feels across the world!

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Lightning at Uluru. During mai wiyaringkupai/kuli (around December), the park is at its hottest – there are storm clouds and lightning, but little rain. Credit Damien Hill
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2012’s solar eclipse is out of this world, hanging directly over Uluru | Photo by Steven Pearce Photography
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This cloud looking like steam coming off the rock – someone said it looked like a cake that just came out of the oven
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Mist caps the top of Uluru and rivers of rain run down the face. It’s an unusual and spectacular sight that only about 1% of visitors witness.
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This photo by park ranger Tegan Sharwood shows it raining on one side of the rock!
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Double rainbow at Uluru? What are the chances! | Image by Christoph Schaarschmidt
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And lastly, a rare perspective of Uluru by astronaut Thomas Pesquet via Facebook