I have had a string of truly abysmal wifi over the last 2 months. That and my laptop storage was full, and I had nowhere to offload my influx of new photos!
But don’t fret. It was never a permanent break, or due to a lack of content. In fact, in the last two months I have been busy scribbling out ideas and my stories from my travels to eagerly share once back on home turf and able to sort out my technical issues. And of course, constantly snapping away at anything and everything that captured or inspired me.
Here is my first little ‘visual essay’ of sorts I have for you. It encapsulates my 3 day whirlwind tour through the Salar de Uyuni or the Salt Flats as they are commonly known, in the South American country of Bolivia.
I have to say that the landscapes I saw, were truly out of this world incredible. I could not nearly capture this beauty in my images but I hope to give you a taste of the incredible and diverse things I had the pleasure of seeing.
From train cemeteries, to the expansive Salar de Uyuni, the giant cactii, lakes of bright red and true green, warm hot springs whilst looking up at the night sky jam packed with stars and galaxies, not to mention the incredibly cute llamas, Bolivia did not bore.
I highly recommend taking a tour through the salt flats. The lack of wifi and immersion into just the raw beauty of the earth was an experience I will never forget.