This is my current favourite - oh, how I love to hate it.
Ok, I don't take compelling pictures (yet!)... so FYI, this ad is for Australia and it says "Arrived planning to see the whole country. Departed still trying to get over Uluru".
The picture is of some soppy white person looking sentimentally at Uluru while the sun rises or sets or is photo-shopped in. (I at first thought it was some hippy guy with long hair but longer scrutiny reveals it's a woman - I think the ambiguity is probably deliberate... as per the Stop sign by committee, they're probably targeting women... but also men, secondarily.)
Three things we can learn from this ad:
1. White people have no spirituality of their own.
2. White people can fufill their spiritual needs by hopping on a plane and spending lots of money to use the spiritual channels of Indigenous Australians (who are of course, very very spiritual - as seen in Australia! when - spoiler alert - that cute little Aborigine boy stops all the cattle jumping off a cliff by singing to them).
3. Australia is culturally sensitive now, note the use of "Uluru" not "Ayers Rock". It's one big happy, non-exploitative multicultural country.
In other news, the local council no longer feels the needs to fund services for Mutitjulu, a poverty stricken Indigenous community at the base of Uluru.