"Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia, also known as the largest natural mirror of the world, is the largest salt flats on earth spanning over 10,500 sqkm. It took me 60 hours by flight and car to get here from Asia (Hong Kong). Given it wasn't peak season, I had no expectations on locating any water reflection (it would rain during peak seasons from Dec - Apr each year). To my surprise, miracles do exist. While everyone was all jolly and excited with taking selfies, I wandered off and mumbled to myself: If I had learnt anything, it was that one cannot ascribe cosmic significance to simple earthly events. Coincidence, that's all anything ever is, nothing more than coincidence. I had finally learnt that there are no mircales. It was 5pm and as the sun was about to set, I dashed across several close proximities to capture what I had otherwise could not, if it wasn't because of coincidence. Uyuni, I'll be back one day during those rainy peak seasons."
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