Puerto Chivica is an small village high in the Bolivean Andes on the edge of the Salar de Uyuni (the world’s largest salt flats). I wandered around the village near sunset taking photos. The light was incredibly clear and strong at this high altitude.
I liked these old church towers (built separately from the church itself, at the entrance) and the street of straw roofed adobe houses. There’s an ancient, timeless feel to the photo. This is enhanced by the gorgeous textures on the walls of the towers and the houses and the low afternoon light. It’s beautiful in sepia.