WARNING: These pictures may make you want to live in the desert.
When one sees what a picturesque place Bolivia's salt flats is, it captures the mind of the creative and the crazy.
The place deserves to be documented in a myriad of ways and not just featured as a landscape.
Continue reading and see how some people created different ways to look at this majestic place.
Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia attracts travellers all over the world because of its ridiculously beautiful salt flats.
Located in the Potosн and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes, the place is a flock bed of wanderers, tourists and even locals.
The number of people who take the time to go to the place are countless as many truly want to catch a glimpse of the insanely clear mirrored sky and vast degree of whiteness.
The breathtaking salt flats in Salar de Uyuni are known in the world to be the largest at 10,582 km (4,085 square miles). It is estimated to contain 10 billion tons of salt, of which less than 25,000 tons is extracted annually.
Salar de Uyuni is a remote location in southwest Bolivia and it holds the world's largest salt flat. There is even a hotel on it made purely of salt.
It was formed due to a prehistoric lake drying up and leaving a salty crust in its wake.
It normally is a barren surface of salt making it one of the most inhabitable places on earth, but whenever it rains, the salty crust transforms into a gigantic mirror, making it a real spectacle to behold.
This prehistoric lake bed is covered with even just a few centimetres of water, it just becomes one of the most beautiful places on the surface of the planet.
It truly is a natural wonder, these salt flats.
The reason why it's one of the world's most visited places is because "it never ceases to awe with its vastness and overall out of this world-ness".