Located near the Tunupa volcano in Bolivia, is a magical place where it looks like the sky is resting on the water. That’s because this area makes up the world’s largest salt desert, about 11,000km sq.This tourist is enjoying herself in this fantastic dreamscape of the Uyuni salt flats.
Can you tell where the sky begins and ends?
The area is 3,600 miles above sea level, and is a popular spot for tourists to reach up and touch the sky.
The lithium in this area actually makes up half the world’s supply, used primarily in mobile and computer batteries.
This satellite photo from NASA shows what the salt flats look like from above.