Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Without a doubt, my three-day tour in the Salar de Uyuni – the famous salt flats of Bolivia – was one of the highlights of my trip so far. There was beautiful scenery, much laughter, and the chance to take some of the most unique photos of my life – where the blue sky and the white salty earth collide, there exists a desert in which you can take all sorts of crazy perspective photos. You can hold your friend in your hand, you can attack a dinosaur, you can jump out of a Pringles can, you can roll a ball one thousand times your size, you can kiss a giant teddy bear, you can fit in a shoe. We only had one hour to take photos, but we tried to make the best of it; the intense sun makes it nearly impossible to see the camera screen, so it was only afterwards, when we were back in the car, that we could see which photos worked and which didn’t. We could have stayed for hours, filled with creativity and energy and excitement, making the impossible possible, making the unreal real.