A spot of reflection is always good for the soul. And judging by these pictures, there's plenty of room for that.
For this is the world's largest natural mirror, created when a thin film of water gathers on a vast plain of salt deposits.
So magnificent is the dream-like sight that the salt pans in the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia have been dubbed 'heaven on earth'.
Photographer Takaki Watanabe captured a series of pictures of spellbound travellers as they took in natural wonder and played around with their reflections
Takaki journeyed to the Potosm and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, near the crest of the Andes, where the magnificent sight can be found at an elevation of 11,995 feet above sea level.
In one stunning picture, a woman appears to be hanging above the clouds thanks to the amazing mirror effect.
In another shot, a couple walking hand in hand seem to be floating effortlessly through the soft white clouds.
The amazing natural phenomenon is created when small amounts of water flood the plain makes it appear like people are walking on the sky.
The salt flats stretch 6,500 miles making them the biggest in the world. They are even larger than Lake Titicaca, the vast stretch of water shared by Bolivia and neighbouring Peru.