Bonaire is a tiny Caribbean Island with one of the largest solar salt facilities owned by Cargill, the Minneapolis based conglomerate. The facility covers about 16 square miles of land on the flat, southeast corner and the entire location is only a few feet above sea level. One of the most notable landmarks visible from land, sea and by air is a distinctive line of white salt pyramids. Each pyramid is roughly 50-feet high.
|Photo Location:||Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba|
|Copyright:||© Iris van Loon|