The Surreal Salar de Uyuni

Impresionante.  Surreal.  These words sum up why the Salar de Uyuni, the world’s largest salt flat, is the most popular destination in Bolivia.  Beneath the layers of salt is between 80 – 90 meters of water.  The rising air causes the patterns within the salt that create hexaganol shapes connected to one another.  The white expanse creates the perfect location for a photo shoot where illusions of depth perception are easily created.  We decided to take advantage of the opportunity to capture some interesting scenes, and film a short video that I think with some editing would be an interesting concept for a Pringles commercial.  I’ll go ahead and let the pictures speak for themselves.

 

Diving right into the spirit of the salt flats.

Diving right into the spirit of the salt flats.

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Estafania likes her food savory.

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Binge drinking.

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Natural cushioning.

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Manu better watch his ass.

 

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Damn the human growth hormone they put in kid’s milk these days.

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