Salar de Uyuni by intrepidphotos

Miners create salt mounts by hand to assist the drying of the salt before removal. The Salar is the world’s largest salt flat and sits at 3653m on the Bolivian Altiplano. Bolivian Andes, Bolivia.
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Winter in Sajama by sysaworld

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“Winter in Sajama” is a shot from my travel in Bolivia, while approaching to climb that volcano. Nevado Sajama is the highest mountain of Bolivia with an elevation of 6542 mt (21463 ft) and a great spectacle for small group of tourists that annually spend a very cold night in the homonym village at his feet.

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Mirror dance by ericpare

Kim Henry dancing during the creation of Little Circle dance film project.

The biggest salt desert of our planet: Salar de Uyuni, in Bolivia. That’s the 5th main destination of our project Little Circle. The reflection is caused by a thin layer of rain water over the salt. After a few days without rain, everything goes dry and crystallized.

Little Circle: Australia > Mongolia > Morocco > Iceland > Bolivia.

More details about the project on 500px’s blog

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La Paz by worldtowalk

La Paz seen from one of its infinite number of vantage points. The city is crowned by Illimani peak. To see my complete set of Bolivia, click here.

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