Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls are not just one waterfall but a series of beautiful steppes of gushing water and thunderous clouds. It is shared by Brazil and Argentina and we began our experience on the Brazilian side where panoramic vistas combine with close encounters of rainbows and mist. On the Argentine side, we took a boat under the falls where we were overwhelmed by the white sheets of water and returned drenched. Walking through forests and into different viewpoints of the falls, we saw endless rainbows that almost came full circle. Our last stop was the Garganta del Diablo (Devil's Throat) which brought us to the top of the mightiest falls allowing us to peer down into the heavy misty turmoil of Iguazu. Warning: The falls are LOUD!


Addie said...

Amazing...I can't believe that is real!! Yall are blessed to see all the wonderful secerts of our world. love you both

Addie said...

My students said, "TAKE US WITH YOU!" They were very amazed! They love Tucan Sam and became obsessed with the power of the water. They were worried about Temple standing so close to the waterfall....they are cute!

Mary Moore said...

These are incredible pictures - looks so beautiful, almost like the Garden of Eden - what with the flight of parrots [ i think] and a cockatoo or two

you too look great, this adventure surely suits you,
sending much love, mary

Allison said...

You look happy and beautiful. I miss you Temp!