Where’s Andrew? Photo Clue #26

Once again, our digital nomad checks in from Australia with another photo clue. Be the first to guess correctly (and completely) at the Clues Gallery, and Andrew will send you a postcard from this location!

January 5, 2011

A thousand miles I covered in a day; five hours by car and two on a plane.
At sunset I came to this massive stone, but quickly discovered I wasn’t alone.

Where am I? And which (specific) North American tribe gave us the geological term for this type of isolated rock formation?

Follow along with Andrew on Twitter @WheresAndrew for hints as to his whereabouts, and make your best guess on the photo in the Clues Gallery online. For more blogs, photos, and videos from Andrew, visit www.nationalgeographic.com/wheresandrew.

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