Our first picture installment is brought to you by Pablo Pizarro, a photographer from Chile. His stunning imagery brings Salar de Uyuni, the world's largest salt flats, to the point where you feel as if you could drown in the vastness of the land. Located in Bolivia, this area retains the power of reflection during its rainy season so that it essentially becomes a giant mirror of sorts and gives visitors the sensation that they are walking within the clouds in the sky.
Although this environment lacks any wildlife or vegetation, its vitality lies in the power of its panorama. Pablo perfectly captured the serenity that exists here, and one could get lost in the profound sense of solitude this vicinity brings, as if you are the last person standing. When I look at these photographs, I feel peace. It is my dream to visit this place one day.