20 Days In the Extraterrestrial Landlocked Landscapes and Andean Plateaus of Bolivia

Bolivia is the second to last stop for Holy Patte, who last week took us on a tour of Peru and the week before that Ecuador. On their four-month journey through South America, no country would take them higher than Bolivia. It's staggering elevations have encouraged a seemingly extraterrestrial landscape to emerge over the millennia. Bolivia is also landlocked, which means there is no shore to infringe upon its remoteness. Amaury and Chloé, or Holy Patte, perfectly capture the eeriness of this landscape that could just as easily be Mars or Neptune - if only these planets had pink flamingoes that exist in the well below freezing environment of Laguna Colorada and wooly alpaca that roam the surrounding Andean plateau.