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I have noticed that I have posted only 4 photos of Iguazu waterfalls. So I jump into my archive.
These waterfalls are for me maybe the most magnificent place in the world. I saw other big waterfalls like Niagara and Victoria, also marvellous like Plitvice or some waterfall in Iceland but nothing can be compared to Iguazu.
When visiting waterfalls, it is important to choose the right moment. The best is after the rainy season when there is a lot of water. But if there is too much water it is also not so good because the view is obscured by the mist. In Iguazu, it was just perfect.
Iguazu is on the border of Brazil and Argentina. So which side to choose? From the Brazilian side, there is just one way with a few platforms with terrific views. On the Argentinian side, there are longer pathways. The best is to visit both :).

Also, like in the case or Niagara and Victoria - the river flows slowly on the flat area and then suddenly meets the abyss.

See also two Workshop pictures, all in a large format.

Jorge has it just rounds the corner (what is 500 km?) :).

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Additional Photos by Malgorzata Kopczynska (emka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12875 W: 136 N: 33300] (152344)
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