Photographer's Note

This picture was taken in Guartelá State Park, between Castro and Tibagi cities, Parana State, Brazil.

It's considered the sixth largest canyon in the world, according to the Guiness Book of World Records. It still has most of its native vegetation. The river has 32 kms of extension with heights from 700m and 1200m above sea level. The region of the Canyon Guartelá is formed by an extremely diverse ecosystem and innumerable natural attractions. There are some beautiful waterfalls, unique sandstone formations, deep valleys and "rupestres" (old native paintings on the rocks).
I will try to make a serie showing what could be shot in a one-day trip. I hope you like them!

Note: sorry for not to provide the camera settings but I really don't remember them. I just know that I used aperture priority, f-stop between 9 and 16.

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