Exploring Baja Ep. 4 - Saltworks
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For a bird's eye view of a modern salt mining operation, look no further than this video by award-winning contributor and drone pilot Postandfly. The world's largest commercial salt mining operation is located on the Ojo de Liebre Lagoon, in the mid-section of the Baha Peninsula of western Mexico. The saltworks produce 7 million tons of the commodity per year and employs a labor force of about 1,600. It's also part of the El Vizcaíno Biosphere Reserve, an important sanctuary for gray whales.
In this episode we explore " (Salt Exporters) a epic salt mine established around the Ojo de Liebre coastal lagoon in Guerrero Negro. The company produces around seven million tons of salt per year. The production of salt at Guerrero comes from solar evaporation of seawater. Aerial Photography, Edit and Color Grade by: Tarsicio Sañudo Shot with DJI F450 + Zenmuse H3-3D + GoPro Hero 4 Black. Produced by Postandfly postandfly.com.mx firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/Postandfly Twitter: @postandfly twitter.com/postandfly Instagram: instagram.com/postandfly Exportadora de Sal essa.com.mx/ Special thanks to: Montserrat Silva Fabian Castillo Joaquín Rivera Antonio Diego Concepcion Talamantes Marcela Santisteban Exportadora de Sal SEMARNAT CONANP Reserva de la biosfera El Vizcaíno Secretaría de Turismo Baja California Sur Music: productiontrax.com