Did you know the world’s largest salt flat is in the Andes Mountain Range? The nearly 11k square-kilometer (6,8k square mi.) landscape is what's left of a prehistoric lake that went dry in what is now southwest Bolivia. That lake left behind brilliant, bright-white salt, rock formations, and cacti-studded islands. This drone video of Salar de Uyuni at sunset by vieuma is absolutely stunning; the orange, pink and yellow light reflecting on the ground is a perfect mirror to what is above.