Hand of the Desert, Atacama / Chile

Hand of the Desert (La Mano del Desierto) is an sculpture, rising up from the Atacama Desert, Chile. by Chilean sculptor Mario Irarrázabal.

Desierto de Atacama  Chile.  Perhaps the most beautiful place I've ever been.  Truly breathtaking.

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

Atacama Desert Chile - The closest point on earth to the stars

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.

Moon valley, Atacama desert, Chile

Moon valley, Atacama desert, Chile This is undoubtfully the driest place in the world where there are literally decades of no rain. There they test NASA equipment to be sent to mars.

Deserto Atacama, Chile

Deserto Atacama, Chile - Many astounding rock formations, such as Death Valley and valle de la luna, developed here. The desert is also known as one of the driest deserts in the world.

salt pillars in San Pedro de Atacama, Atacama desert, northern Chile

Atacama Desert landscape, volcanoes, lagoons and Altiplano of Chile

San Pedro de Atacama- Desierto de Atacama, Norte de Chile/ Salt pillars in San Pedro de Atacama, Atacama desert, northern Chile

Atacama Desert in Chile

A view of the Milky Way toward the constellation Sagittarius (including the Galactic Center) as seen from an area not polluted by light (the Black Rock Desert, Nevada). The bright object on the right is Jupiter, just above Antares.

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