Salar de Uyuni: No image manipulation. During the rainy season the salar (12.000 square meter of salt) gets covered by a thin layer of water. It is enough to reflect the sky, and feel as if you were flying. Salar de Uyuni: No image manipulation. During the rainy season the salar (12.000 square meter of salt) gets covered by a thin layer of water. It is enough to reflect the sky, and feel as if you were flying.

Salar de Uyuni: No image manipulation. During the rainy season the salar (12.000 square meter of salt) gets covered by a thin layer of water. It is enough to reflect the sky, and feel as if you were flying.

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