Photo Challenge – Week 9

Another photo for week 9 in this photo challenge guessing game…

My photo challenge with a twist continues with guessing where this photo was taken.

Not too many rules to follow if you decide to participate in my guessing photo challenge:

  • Post one of your favourite photos each week for as long as you feel like it – I started in August.
  • Your photo can be from any time, any place, and of anything. Start searching through your chest of memories. Make life interesting during COVID-19 lockdown.
  • Remember to post a photo without any explanation.
  • Ask your readers where the photo is taken for a little fun.
  • Make the challenge as easy or as hard as you desire.
  • Nominate someone each Sunday.

Today I nominate the fabulous travel blog Scrambled Notes, for week 9 of the photo challenge. Check out this great blog that shares travel stories!

Post wherever you wish, although please link to me so that I know you accepted my #photochallenge. If you’re not interested or don’t have time for this challenge, don’t stress. You can always pass this challenge along to someone that you know will join in…

It is always difficult selecting photos for my Image Earth Travel articles and choosing photos for a photo challenge without words is even harder!

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, South America
Know where this could be?

Leave me a comment and see if you can guess where this photo was taken…

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6 responses to “Photo Challenge – Week 9”

  1. Yeah, Another Blogger Avatar

    Good sunsets and sunrises are hard to beat, and this one is spectacular. I’d have liked to have seen it in person. Hi. Take care. Neil S.

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Hi Neil
      This sunrise was spectacular across the salt flats in Bolivia, but then again, it’s a surreal region!
      Hope all is well with you.

  2. wetanddustyroads Avatar

    No 👀👀 … at first I thought it was water with mountains / islands in the distance, but when I looked at it again, I thought it might be fog in the foreground and you are probably standing on a high mountain looking down into a valley. But then … it definitely looks like a mass of water because the mountains / islands and clouds make a reflection in the water – see, I can’t even figure out if it is fog or water, so no way I can even guess where it was taken 😁.
    But hey, I know one thing, this is a really beautiful photo Nilla!

    1. Image Earth Travel Avatar

      Love to challenge you guys!
      Thank you for the feedback and this is surreal Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia. Just before we got there, the Andes experienced heavy snow but an early melt, which melted over the salt flats – incredibly stunning!

      1. wetanddustyroads Avatar

        Hmm, you’re right … it is indeed stunning!

      2. Image Earth Travel Avatar

        I would love to return!

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