Salar de Coipasa
Have a look at these islands or flat rocks in the above photo. They seem to be floating on water because of visible reflections. But this is only a mirage due to the heat and white surface. Salar de Coipasa is the second largest salt flat in Bolivia, located northwest of Salar de Uyuni. The surface is indeed whiter compared to Uyuni and missing the hexagons.
We crossed it on December 5, 2016 and made a quick stop for lunch near a water pond. Light was so bright, almost aggressive. Without our usual marks, we all felt like being on another planet.
We continued our journey towards the border with Chile, that we crossed in the middle of the afternoon to reach the small town of Colchane where we spent the night.