Wow! The World’s largest ‘mirror’ – take a look at this from Dadi360:
Banner Uyuni salt marsh is located in southwestern Bolivia, when a thin layer of water spread above the plain of the huge salt deposits, salt marshes transformed into the world’s largest natural mirror. This scene is so spectacular Uyuni salt marsh is therefore known as “paradise on Earth. Mirror group of tourists in Uyuni salt marsh on the surprising play, Bolivia’s Uyuni salt marsh is the world’s largest natural mirror. Floating a female tourists standing on the Uyuni salt marsh, as if walking among the clouds. The unusual rainfall and natural climate is the reason of the salt marsh into a mirror. This salt marsh of the Heaven’s Gate is known as “paradise on Earth”, because when people walk on the lake, far looks like a paradise like walking among the clouds – as described. The two tourists in the shock graph looks like suspended in Baiyun above. Pendulum beat a group of female tourists to take pictures to put on a foot stand posture, their presence is a clear reflection in this 6500-square-mile natural mirror above. Shines the deep blue sky and the dense white clouds, a clear reflection of the above in a shallow lake, giving the cause a strange illusion of two tourists in the diagram as if the clouds. The natural wealth of salt contains a wealth of lithium, lithium reserves at Uyuni salt marsh, accounting for more than half of the total global lithium storage. Lithium is widely used for computer equipment, batteries and electric vehicles. Tourist destination in recent years, the Uyuni salt marsh increasingly sought after by visitors, tourists head over heels for this spectacular reflection. And even the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) also use it to calibrate the satellite. Psychedelic Uyuni salt marsh altitude of 12,000 feet (3000 m), and in summer the temperature can be as high as 21 degrees Celsius. Hand can touch the days when the accumulation of a shallow layer of rain, a huge salt deposits has become a shallow lake. Visitors can walk freely on the lake, of course, is required to wear boots.
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