Bolivian Salt Flats / by Kenneth Kao

The salt flats in Bolivia are crazy. Miles and miles and miles of white, as far as the eye can see--from the plane. Even though this year it didn't rain very much, they still had certain areas of reflection. There is a place where international flags are put in the ground, and another with salt piles mixed into the layer of water. I wanted to see them all, but unfortunately, there wasn't time (or money, at least) for us to do so.

I thought I'd create a minor composite with this one.

Hope you like it.

ISO 1600, 20mm, 2.2, 30s