WHAT BAN? New film will have tourists flocking to Uluru

TOURISTS will soon be banned from climbing Uluru but there are plenty more reason to visit the famous Australian landmark.

Need proof? Just take a look at this video:

Photographer Kartikeya Sharma has shown off Uluru in all its naturalistic beauty in a new, awe-inspiring video entitled 'Emotions of Uluru'.

The timelapse, short film captures the changing seasons of the region from thunderous storms to swirling galaxies overhead.

According to the filmmaker, the local people, the Anangu, experience five seasons over the space of a year: Wanitjunkupai (April-May), Wari (June-July), Piriyakutu (August-October), Mai Wiyaringkupai (Nogvember-December) and Itjanu (January-March).

Sharma, who regularly visits the Red Centre, said the film was a "visual ode to the sacred landscape of Uluru and to its first people, the Anangu".

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