Friday Image No. 62


Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia

This week’s Friday image is one from my trip last year to Bolivia. It appears that I am running out of interesting images to share as well as being short of time. I don’t know what’s happening to me at the moment. I didn’t even manage to post the blog about the new Lightroom Brush I mentioned last week. I promise to try harder.

Have a great weekend everyone.

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  1. Hi Robin

    This looks like the Salar de Uyuni, which is high up on my list of places to visit and talking of high up it is at 3,500m+ above sea level. I feel breathless just looking at it. I also want to visit the train cemetery at Uyni.

    My next photo opportunity and chance to use my Oly EM1 will be on the Dana to Petra Trek in a couple of months time. This is a big weekend for me- I am selling all of my Nikon gear. What with using the EM1 most of the time and moving house it has to be sold! i can now be truly ‘Light weight’

    Hey, was anybody upset that you didn’t post the blog about the new LR brush? They are probably all on holiday.

    Have a good weekend.

    Best wishes

    Martin

    1. Hi Martin,

      Yes it is Salar de Uyuni. We had to cross it to get to the base of one of our acclimatisation climbs up a dramatic red volcano. It’s well worth a visit.
      Congratulations on the decision to go Lightweight – you won’t regret it, especially if you visit Bolivia.
      Enjoy the Petra Trek as well – I’m sure it will be spectacular.

      All the best
      Robin

      PS Brush posting coming soon.

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