after posting a recent waterfall
shot and bemoaning about the lack of iguazu pictures, i decided to go back and look at the photos i'd taken when i was there last september. i had hoped for a good one of garganta del diablo
- which is probably the most impressive fall there. unfortunately i didn't have my wide angle lens at that time, so the pictures didn't quite turn out as i'd hoped. i think either that, or a helicopter, would have dramatically improved my images. whilst the devil's throat is the star of the park, what makes the argentinian side superior to the brazilian side
is the number of falls, and the fact you can get a lot closer to them. i arrived there just after lunch and was one of the last to leave as the whole area was so spectacular and beautiful. it was on my list of must-see places when i came to south america and it lived up to my high expectations.
here's the original