These incredible photographs from the ‘My Modern Met’ blog were taken at ‘Salar de Uyuni,’ which is the world’s largest salt flat located in Altiplano, Bolivia. During the rainy season, the salt pockets get covered with water, and it miraculously creates a mirrored effect that gives the impression of walking on water.
This would be a photographer and directors haven due to the endless amounts of possibilities that could be done with this natural effect. Anyone who glances at these pictures without any background knowledge on where they were taken would probably assume that these were photoshopped.
This gift from nature is definitely a hot tourist attraction; when visitors take pictures and share them with their friends and family, it can entice others to visit the country as well. The Salar de Uyuni is truly breathtaking.
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