We were driving south, in the Bolivian Altiplano, when we came across a rather curious sight. The region was dominated by volcanoes and salt flats, but what we saw stood out.
The local farmers took a little extraplanetary help, and were using a major impact crater as a farm basin. As it turns out, the impact of a meteor does a nice job of transforming the volcanic rock into a more manageable soil. Life in Bolivia is tough, so a little help from above is surely welcome.
GPS digits: 19°28’00.3%22S 67°25’37.0%22W