El Valle de la Luna located west of San Pedro de Atacama in Chile is characterised by stone and sand formations carved over time by wind and water. One of the driest places on earth, the landscape is covered with white salt, creating an almost alien landscape similar to those seen from the lunar rover. The seemingly endless surface of the earth here is captivating: hard rock edges are set against smooth dunes, and the brilliant white salt dramatises the dark grey clouds and pale blue of the sky. Carved, almost geometric structures have formed across the landscape and over every brow another magnificent vista opens out across the desert.