These amazing pictures reflecting the perfect serene landscape, like a dream. Amazing colors in the sky are reflected in the calm water that falls on the ground for miles around. Frames that you will find in this release was made on the Salar de Uyuni in the rainy season. Author pictures – photographer Michael Kittell – captured these colorful and magical landscapes, when Taylor and his wife went to a distant and mysterious Bolivia.
1. Michael Kittell shows the world’s largest salt marsh – one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
2. Here, at an altitude of 3657 m, the whole plain covers a small layer of water, and the surface of the water here is quite easy because there is almost no wind. And it is quiet and calm in the sky can fully reflected in this huge mirror.
“The waters here are just a couple of inches, but it’s everywhere, everywhere you look,” – said by the 29-year-old photographer.
3. In several pictures the photographer’s shows his wife practicing yoga asanas.
“The high plateau – it’s incredibly exotic territory. Rain and melting snow often lead to the fact that the Salar de Uyuni “flood” water. When the wind calms down, and Uyuni is filled with water, it turns out one of the most magical and fantastic scenery in the world. I was also incredibly lucky with the clouds, “- said by the photographer.
4. “Uyuni – this is a special place. These photos remind me that in this world there are still incredibly beautiful places. I am filled with a sense of awe. ” To get to the Salar de Uyuni, you need to take an overnight bus ride from La Paz in Bolivia on the remote route, and often have to travel back through the muddy and bumpy roads.
6. “Salar de Uyuni – a pretty popular place among tourists coming to Bolivia, but because of the remoteness of the place and time consuming, people often change their minds to go here.”
7. “The main town of Uyuni is a high plateau – and in small attractive town, which is full of tour operators offering tours to the salt marshes. Uyuni is a couple of hours drive from the salt marsh of the same name, and the only accommodation option close to the so-called “salt hotel.” It is surprising, because practically made of salts including its furniture. ”
8. “Almost all the tourists called at this hotel at the same time, and then leave before sunset. But those who decide to stay here for the night, can freely enjoy the sunset and sunrise on the salt marsh – an unforgettable sight. ”
9. “While living in a hotel is not easy: many people had this little experience to forget about the desire to spend more time in the salt hotel. Salt was everywhere – on shoes, clothes, in every pore of your body. Yet the Uyuni salt marsh that was worth it! ”