Iguazú Falls—Experiencing the Drama in Brazil and Argentina


Iguazú Falls—Experiencing the Drama in Brazil and Argentina

 

Beautifully written and the photos are stunning Caroline. Thank you so much for sharing. TT

Writes of Passage

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Iguaçu Falls National Park Brazil—C.Helbig

A Jesuit priest is tied to a wooden cross and set afloat. He plunges headfirst down a monstrous waterfall and is swallowed up in the churning cauldron. That’s the opening scene from the 1986 movie The Mission, filmed primarily in Iguazú Falls—the mighty cascades between Argentina and Brazil. It wasn’t just that scene that left a big impression on me, it was the extraordinary scenery. I wanted to see the dense jungle shrouded in mist, hear the thunder of  hundreds of  waterfalls, and stand at the top of one of those falls, peering into the  abyss. In April, I finally got to do all that (and more).

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