Valle de la Luna in the Chilean Desert. Easily the most beautiful place I've ever been [done]

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Salar De Uyuni, Bolivia - This reminds me of the Salt flats in northwest Argentina

Mano del Desierto (Hand of the desert) Roca Hornos - Atacama Desert - Chile; an hand protruding out of the sand. Mano de Desierto is a work of the Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrázabal, built in the early

Laguna Miñiques, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile | Santiago Urquijo on Flickr

Laguna Miñiques in Chile. It's a massive volcanic complex containing a large number of craters, lava domes and flows.

Hike to the point, Cordillera de la Sal - Atacama desert - Chile

Night Sky: The Stars of San Pedro, Atacama (Las estrellas de San Pedro de Atacama), Chile.

Southern Milky Way above Mars-like red sands of Atacama Desert. The location is inside Yungay, the driest, and most sterile place on Earth. There is virtually no life on the surface of this region of Chile. The night sky from here is simply amazing.


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