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Photos: Salar de Uyuni Tour

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Day one: Photos of the Salar (Salt Plains)

This is where salt comes from. A salt processing farm.
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The ?dry? salt flats.
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Me on a salt mound.
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A salt Hotel.
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The ?wet?salt flats.
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Fish island.
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Lake driving through the flats.
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Day two.

A spice field with a rainbow.
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llamas at lunch and for lunch. They also have these runty llamas called Alpacas that have the softest fur. Jackets made from their fur start out at $2000.
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For the Flamingo lovers out there.
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Weird formations.
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The red lake and more Flamingoes.
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Day three.

The geysers at pre-dawn. Freaking cold.
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The hot water lakes.
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Hot girls in bikinis, at 5000M, in the freezing cold, at 7am, not so hard if you live the good life. Steve?s beer commercial. Make that Fanta commercial.
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These are the must see before you die spiritual shots.
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The blue lake with the blue fog.
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The white lake next to the blue lake. It was cool when the two fogs were side by side. Missed it though.
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The regular lake. Just had a good background.
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Me and the girls.
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This shot represents the 11 hour ride back to Uyuni. It suuuuuuucked!!!!!!!!!!!
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4 responses to “Photos: Salar de Uyuni Tour”

  1. steve says:

    More to come, I am in Argentina now and gained an hour. More tomorrow, I think.

  2. Klaus says:

    Hi Steve,

    thanks for the spectacular pics !

    I enjoy very much following your trail.

    Keep the good work up.

    Klaus

  3. Steve says:

    K˝aus:

    Thanks. It really has nothing to do with me. It is kind of like taking pictures of a naked super model. You could use a Kodak instamatic camera and everyone would still think that they were the greatest photos ever shot.

    Steve

  4. Steve says:

    Sorry, make that Klaus. Stupid keyboards.