This Milky Way photography series was captured by the talented artist Daniel Kordan.
The 'Salar de Uyuni' in Bolivia is the world's largest salt desert and goes on for thousands upon thousands of miles. It features reflective salt rocks that make for beautiful photos both day and night, which is effectively represented in Kordan's Milky Way photography. His photos show the beautiful arc of the Milky Way -- a sight that is difficult for many to see with the obstruction of urban buildings and suburban lights.
The sky is reflected onto the salt flats that the photographer captures and stands upon, resulting in a mystical effect that is reminiscent of scenes from surrealist paintings.
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