In Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia, the unique why not affect gets travelers tons of inspiration to create unique effects at their pictures. There is an illusion of depth of field due to the fact that you can’t see where Lance starts and where the sky ends. It is a very unique place in Bolivia, and certainly the world. There are tons of people that jump over cars, pretend they are carrying their 300 and how one friend, and even people that do pyramids. I wanted to do the kung fu stance, I grabbed my new friend from London and snapped a shot. Enjoy!
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The Salar de Uyuni, a sea of salt, a salt desert, in southwestern Bolivia, was once an inland sea, or giantsalt water lake, but the water vanished into the thin dry air of Andean altitude.
All that remains is the salt, tens of meters thick, lying stark beneath bright sky: a sun-bleached skeleton of a dead sea.
Most opt for the standard three-to-four day tours that explore the Salar and the windswept, Martian landscape beyond. It is possible, for a price, to design a private tour: camping, longer excursions, translators, even transfers into northern Chile can be arranged.