I'm a sucker for a good photo. My friends can attest to this as I'm usually rearranging stuff, from the dinner table to the sand on a beach, you can find me making something out of nothing, setting the scene and adjusting the elements around me.
Today's Wanderlust Wednesday is the ultimate backdrop- one that I can see myself having a field day taking playful photos just about 12,000 feet above sea level. I'm wanderlusting the world's largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni, located in Bolivia. The inspiration stems from my sister (as always), who lived in South America just before medical school. These salt flats (along with Lake Titicaca, haha) in Bolivia are a permanent fixture on my ever-growing, ever-changing travel bucket list.
If you search Salar de Uyuni in Google images, you will find yourself laughing at the creativity some travelers have experimenting with scale and perspective. Go ahead now, skip the pepper and load up on the salt (flats).
Stay bitten ;)
photo courtesy of Heiko Meyer, National Geographic