The Milky Way, Bolivia by Daniel Kordan.


by Rūta GrašytėIn
Russian photographer, Daniel Kordan, traveled to the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia – the world’s largest salt flat and took some photos that look out of this world.
Using a Nikon D810A astrophotography DSLR and a 14-24mm f/2.8 Nikon lens, he managed to capture the Milky Way being reflected on the flooded salt flat at night, and the results are absolutely breathtaking.


Daniel Kordan is a landscape photographer, who travels around the world searching for magical spots to take photos.
From stunning bamboo forests’ in Japan to rocky mountains in Canada – he has captured it all.
You can see more of his work here.
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Source: Russian Photographer Captures Breathtaking Photos Of Milky Way Mirrored On Salt Flats In Bolivia | Bored Panda

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