The high-altitude salt flats of Salar de Uyuni in southwest Bolivia create the world’s biggest natural mirror.
Considered one of the flattest surfaces on Earth (4,086 sq mi), the salt flats can be seen from outer space.
The salt itself is up to 32 feet thick at the center, hovering below a thin layer of water which emits the reflective mirror effect.
Visitors to the location are known to take pictures that play with the perspective of the viewer’s depth.
Check out some of the photoshop-looking optical illusions video after the jump.