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Crystalized, Bolivia, 2017 2673765SN

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  • In Prints: Print
  • Subject Type: Signed
Description

An endless sea of pentagonal and hexagonal shaped salt crystal patterns of the Uyuni Salt Flat.

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National Geographic | Fine Art Galleries presents fine art photography through exclusive limited editions embodying the rich heritage of the National Geographic Society and National Geographic magazine since 1888.

Product Specifications

Crystalized: Signed and Numbered

Keith Ladzinski

“The Salar de Uyuni is the largest salt flat on the planet and is roughly 4,086 square miles. It’s the only salt flat that can be seen from space. In fact, Neil Armstrong mistook it for a giant glacier while standing on the moon! Upon return and learning it was a salt flat, he later visited the location to see it with his own eyes. Standing among this endless sea of pentagonal and hexagonal shaped salt crystal patterns is a compositional dream.”

LOCATION: Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
 
PHOTOGRAPH DATE: 2017
 
MEDIUM: Chromogenic Print

EDITION: 200

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