Photo of the Week: Bolivia Reflections
A landscape where it’s hard to tell where the sky ends and earth begins.
Photo by Psyberartist/Flickr
Fix your eyes on the World’s largest salt flats in southern Bolivia. The country’s Uyuni Salt Flats cover 4,086 square miles, an area roughly the size of Hawaii, and are a must-see on a trip to this region of South America. An ideal time to visit is after a heavy rainfall when the water left behind creates a natural mirror over the level landscape: Travelers can take stunning photographs and have fun playing with perspective in an environment where it’s hard to tell where the land ends and the sky begins.
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