Salar de Atacama is the largest source of lithium active in the world today and is the lightest elemental metal in the periodic table. Lithium is used in the production of batteries as well as in soldering and for lubrication. At the horizon, the Licancabur volcano (19,400 ft or 5,913 m) can be seen.

The photo above showing the largest salt flat in Chile, Salar de Atacama, was taken 34 mi km) south of San Pedro de Atacama

VolcᮠLicancabur, Atacama, Chile, Valle de la Muerte, San Pedro de Atacama, october, sunset, orange, licancabur, vo, photo

Licancabur Sunset : Atacama, Chile : Mountain Photography and Fine Art Prints by Jack Brauer

Sunset over Valle de la Luna and Licancabur volcano

Sunset over Valle de la Luna and Licancabur volcano

Volcán Licancabur Región de Antofagasta

Chile: País de contrastes

Volcán Licancabur Región de Antofagasta

Spirit of Licancabur Volcano at Atacama. Photo by Stanley P. — National Geographic Your Shot

Spirit of Licancabur Volcano at Atacama. Photo by Stanley P. — National Geographic Your Shot

Snow covered volcanoes Licancabur and Juriques in a dramatic sunset, San Pedro de Atacama

Atacama Desert landscape, volcanoes, lagoons and Altiplano of Chile

Snow covered volcanoes Licancabur and Juriques in a dramatic sunset, San Pedro de Atacama

The Licancabur #Volcano in the Atacama #desert in #chile    As seen from San Pedro de Atacama    Follow our travels on http://bkpk.me :)

The mighty Licancabur Volcano in Chile


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