Iguazu Falls

by Emma. Cliquez ici pour Iguazu vu par Damien, en Français. Click here for Iguazu slideshow.

Tumbling rivers in a rainforest setting, immense Brazilian panoramas, snuffling coaties with hand-like paws and burrowing noses, maté-guzzlers, gasping balconies, giant yellow butterflies, waterfall spray, delight and goosebumps, fantastic fanged hairy mollies, wide eyes and greedy cameras, toucan side-steps, wooden clacking of oversized beaks, feather-covered voices, sunbeams and rainbow clusters, stolen breath and pointing fingers, Argentinian close-ups, bright drenching mists, Guaraní crafts, jungle trails, jaguar tracks, monkey troops high overhead, a rickety bridge over lurking caimans, primal wariness, another’s bridge’s skeleton visible in a watery grave below, faster steps, a devil’s throat, the void’s compelling draw, darting swifts, hypnotic cascades, a full moon in a starless sky, a cancelled night walk, an eerily empty park, a first experience of Argentinian steak and a ruby glass of Malbec, a broken voice, classical guitar. Happy being.

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Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls

A yellow fanged hairy molly (well that's what I'm calling him anyway!)

A yellow fanged hairy molly (well that’s what I’m calling him anyway!)

Toucan in the Bird Park, Brazil

Toucan in the Bird Park, Brazil

Garganta del Diablo or Devil’s Throat Falls

Garganta del Diablo or Devil’s Throat Falls

Sunset on the Iguazu river

Sunset on the Iguazu river

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