Two hours west of Salt Lake City lies Bonneville salt flats. I have visited this area numerous times, though until this trip I’d always found a just a dry lake bed as far as the eye could see (which is beautiful in its own right) Though this time, I guess because I was a little closer to winter, a inch of water floated slowly along the surface, creating mirror that stretched to the horizon. I spent 3 days watching the light change over the fantastic scene.
Wish you could see the full res of this pic, its like a Where’s Waldo of Vietnamese fisherman, there’s dozens of people scattered about these boats at their daily grind. Even though this image is all about the details to me, still kind of cool as a long shot.
Just south of Siem Reap lies Tonlé Sap, Southeast Asia’s largest lake. Designated a UNESCO site, it harbors more than just an amazing array of animals. Since the lake and connecting river reverse flow twice a year and it goes from empty to enormous depending on the season, local fisherman have formed an entire town floating on the lake’s surface, with schools, stores, and even an alligator farm.