There are some places in the world that seem “not of this earth” remarks a blogger for Environmental Graffiti. He is commenting on pictures of the dusty landscape of Chile’s Valle de la Luna, or Valley of the Moon. “Barren, inhospitable and brimming with bizarre, polychromatic rock formations, it’s easy to see why this unique setting gets its name. Those who didn’t know better might think the scenes on the desert planet of Tatooine in Star Wars were filmed here, so otherworldly does this bone-dry landscape appear,” he says. The dry lakes, lunar valleys and jagged crevices visually go beyond out wild imaginations. See for yourself at the link below.
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