Iguazu Falls - on the border between Brazil and Argentina
Located in dense jungle and surrounded by national parks on all sides, Iguazu Falls is one of Earth's most awe-inspiring sights. Iguazu Falls is actually made up of hundreds of waterfalls along a 1.9 mile wide expanse of river that drops precipitously over a basalt cliff right on the border between Brazil and Argentina. The sheer power and noise of the cascades is intense and a total sensory delight. In certain places the earth itself can be felt trembling from the force of the falling water. Photographers who get a chance to experience this place could keep busy finding watery compositions for days. I recommend visiting during our winter months and basing yourself in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina for at least 3-4 days in order to have plenty of time to see all of the area's sights. I also highly recommend visiting the Brazilian side of the falls for at least a day or two. Email me if you plan on going anytime soon, and I'll provide some "insider secrets". Click HERE to read the rest of the newsletter.
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