You Can't Photoshop Bolivia

Bolivia is the most photogenic country I have been. Most notable is the Salar de Uyuni, or salt flats in English. Imagine the blue screen they use in Hollywood except it’s natural, and in Bolivia.

We took full advantage of the salt flats to take some pictures that would in any other circumstance require an image editing program like Adobe Photoshop. None of these photos have been edited. They all come straight from my digital camera.

First up is Lee holding Donna and I in her hand.

Our big group borrowed another’s guitar and did our best to line everyone up correctly.

In this photo I am hunching far, far away from a stuffed llama the size of my palm.


I could not pass up this pose. “Help?”

A new wine hitting the Bolivian wine market soon.

That concludes the clever photos and the following are a few more cool ones I wanted to include.

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