What the Bonneville Salt Flats looks like under water
The Bonneville Salt Flats is home to some of the fastest land speed records on the planet due to its iconic flat, salt-crystal surface. In the middle of a desert in western Utah, it's quite the site.
But have you ever seen it under several inches of water?
Enjoy these images and videos of the Salt Flats under inches of water - that's all it takes to cover acres upon acres of land due to how flat this land is.
To start off - a panoramic video of the Bonneville Salt Flats under water.
It almost looks like the Salt Flats has a tide! It's really just the wind that's blowing the water in.
The water is so still it becomes a literal mirror for the landscape.
Can you say car commercial??
Standing on water...
The sunset is amazing - because you see it twice!
And a plug for our race:
If you haven't been out there, go check out the Bonneville Salt Flats sometime. You could even join us June 21-22, 2019 for our inaugural race under the light of a *near full moon! It may even rival the beauty of the Salt Flats under water...