Published: March 1, 2010

walk on water

While crossing the Salar de Uyuni in southwest Bolivia, Judd Rogers (IntlAf’02, MBA ’09) stopped to take a picture of a tourist amid a surreal landscape that many compare to a Salvador Dalí painting. During the wet season in February, a thin sheet of water glazes over part of the largest salt flat in the world, which covers more than 4,000 square miles and sits at 12,000 feet. It is still drivable as long as you don’t mind the corrosive consequences to your car.