Photo @ladzinski / Above the clouds, above the crowds - @caioafeto walks a high line over a socked in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. This costal storm blew in so fast that we were engulfed in a wet mist 10 minutes after this photo was taken, making for a slippery down climb off the mountain. See this photo in this months @natgeo #VisionsOfEarth gallery @3stringsproductions
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia ( Carlos Adampol ) Seasonal floods transform the large, dry surfaces of the world's largest salt flat into one of the biggest mirrors on Earth. Salar de Uyuni, near the crest of the Andes, is made up of the remains of dried-up prehistoric lakes. The unusually flat and reflective salt crust gives visitors the illusion they are walking on clouds.