Salar de Uyuni Salt Flats of Bolivia





The Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat at over 10500 sq kilometers (4000 sq miles)


The  lack of perspective allows for unusual photgraphs


The salt forms into polygon shapes


Lunch on the salt flats, no salt is provided with the food


Salt in piles waiting for harvesting



A hostel made out of salt




Incahuasi Island


The Llama whisperer




Lagoons in Eduardo Avaroa National Park


Mud Geyser


Steam Vent


Hot Springs




Old trains outside the city of Uyuni


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