Walking toward a lake that has no clarity in the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world, in Northern Chile. The density of minerals in the lake makes it appear as though someone spilled a can of cobalt blue paint into the desert
In northern Chile the Atacama Dessert provides three unique surprises: dramatic volcanoes, a desert floor composed solely of salt and the kind of light that is a photographer’s dream. I captured these views at various times of the day.
In northern Chile, in the Atacama Desert, I captured this dream-like image of two flamingoes. Their positioning is almost like a mirror image. I couldn’t have posed them in a more symmetrical position if I tried to.