Video: The world is a beautiful place, but it's even more stunning when the ground acts as a mirror and reflects the sky. Here is a beautiful timelapse of the world's biggest salt flat in Uyuni, Bolivia, filmed by Enrique Pacheco. It's such a perfect reflection that you can't even tell which side is the sky and which is the ground.
The Ground Looks Like A Mirror In This Stunning Timelapse Of Salt Flats
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