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Photographer Takaki Watanabe "This is the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flatland in the world at 4,086 square miles (10,582 kilometers). Every year, this amazing wonderland in southwest Bolivia covers with a thin layer of water. When that happens, it turns into the largest mirror on the planet, as these photos recently taken by Takaki Watanabe show." [via Gizmodo]
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@toonie It really is. It doesn't look real, it looks more like a backdrop. I would love to see this one day. Btw, thank you for all the likes! (v`▽´)v
5 years ago·Reply
beautiful indeed, lets go there.....
5 years ago·Reply
That would be so awesome if we could. Think of the billions of photos we would take. :D
5 years ago·Reply
makes me wanna go ice skate! :D
5 years ago·Reply
Heehee, that would be really cool if it got cold enough to do that. It would be gigantic.
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