Photo by Bob Garlant. Iguazu Falls, Argentina. The name 'Iguazu' apparently means 'Big Water' which is a bit of an understatement.
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Totally using this!
That looks epic and awesome!
Wow, where were you when you took this picture? I've visited these falls but didn't see anything like this. Then again you mention it was in Argentina, so I guess you were on the Argentinian side. They're on the border with Paraguay and Brazil and I visited them only from the Brazil side, that might be the difference
As I understand it, the largest section of the falls is inside Argentina
Oh, maybe, I didn't mean to question that sorry ^^ I just mean to ask where you took this photo from?
Sorry, I was being really inarticulate there. I meant to say, it was on the Argentina side (which is probably why it doesn't look familiar). I don't know the exact location except it was right on the Argentinian/Brazilian border and there was a metal walkway which took you out a bit over the water of the falls.
That is the Iguazu Falls
Congratulations on all the faves , it's really a beautiful shot
Thank you. The popularity of this series has really blown me away. I can't wait to see the kinds of things it gets used for
awesome ! congrats
i want to be there
What kind of camera did you use? That pics extremely high quality!
Taken on a Panasonic DMC-TZ10. Very impressive picture quality for what is quite a cheap compact camera
awesome.... can I use this photo in my music and book cover?
This is amazign
Wow! Awesome pic and breathtaking landscape!!! *O*
awesome! their actually are more bigger that the niagaras.
the most bigger in the world, in fact.
This must have been even better to see in person, it's so powerful
beautiful and empowering imagery.
looks like a very majestic place