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When Heaven and Earth Merge - Alone on the Giant Mirror of Uyuni
Bolivia

By the time the sun finally rose above the clouds, I had already waded some distance out. The submerged salt flats now shimmered like a translucent white jade under the water.

This is the first time that I had myself in any of my 360° panoramas as the temptation was just irresistable.

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  • Daniel Christaldi 11 months ago
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