The reflections produced by the water flooding the area in the rainy season, are the main protagonist of Enrique Pacheco´s camera, who invites us to dream with impossible images from another world, where the sky meets the earth forming an infinite mirage.
It looks like a brilliantly peaceful and pristine landscape — check it out from above — so it was fascinating to read a few behind the scenes details at fstoppers, including a note about the salt’s ubiquity:
In the archives: Bolivia’s urban cable car, the longest and highest in the world, Motoi Yamamoto’s intricate, temporary salt installations, and more landscapes, including Norway, A Time-Lapse Adventure.
“No matter how much you clean your equipment, how careful you are changing the lenses, there was salt everywhere,” Pacheco reflected, “[I] never had [this] much work in After Effects cleaning dust in [the] last four years shooting time-lapse.”
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