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SALAR DE UYUNI, BOLIVIA - Dry waterway branches stretch toward blue water across the massive Salar de Uyuni salt lake in southwestern Bolivia. C6_321_072 Dry riverbed formations leading to a thin strip of blue water in the huge Salar de Uyuni salt flats in southwestern Bolivia near the city of Potosi; the Salar de Uyuni is believed to be the largest salt lake in the world and is quite disorienting (reminiscent of the Denakil Depression in its eerie, unearthly patterns).
May 26, 2009

Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia

This Month in Photo of the Day: Images From National Geographic Books

Dry waterways branch toward blue water across the massive Uyuni salt flats in southwestern Bolivia.

From the National Geographic book Through the Eyes of the Condor, 2007

Photograph by Robert B. Haas
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