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Posted on August 18, 2016 by UNITED PHOTO PRESS MAGAZINE
When he visited Bolivia and more precisely the Salar de Uyuni, which is the largest salt desert in the world, the photographer Daniel Kordan had the opportunity to catch a few surrealist instants.
In the series of pictures that the artist published, the milky way reflects on the ground and creates a captivating and poetic atmosphere.
"One of the best expedition days is the last one. But this exact day was fantastic. We droped down to the Ocean from Altiplano, 4000 meters in one day! I recall this moment, when I stood at the sea and hungrily breath the fresh moisture air of the ocean. Especially it was wonderful to realize that the longest way is just behind, with so many adventures! My brain erased all the difficulties: high altitude, cold nights... Only amazing impressions left: Altiplano inredible night sky, thousands of flamingo above the Colorada lagoon, night flooded mirror of Uyuni and tall volcanoes of Atacama.
Our adventure has come to an end, and I am ready to share with you my impressions. "
United Photo Press Gorgeous Photographs of the Milky Way in Bolivia