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Iguazú - Argentina, desembre de 2014.

Iguazu Falls - Brasil, desembre de 2014

Taken at Iguazu , provincia Missiones

Argentina

 

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Iguazu Falls, Argentina

Catarates i riu Iguazú. Argentina.

Settings: ƒ/8.0 38.0 mm 1/100 ISO 640

 

Ref: D8E_0300-Edit

Iguazú, Argentina. January 2011.

The Iguazú Falls span the border between Argentina and Brazil. Some 80 m high and 3 km wide, the falls are made up of many cascades that generate vast sprays of water and produce one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world. Taken around 6am, following an encounter with a Tapir that was rambling through my camera bag :) Absolutely zero increase in saturation levels here, sunrise was that stunning. Enjoy!

Taken from Brazil this time with my little sony so not great quality.

A rainbow near the falls at Iguazu National Park,Argentina

Leica IIIG Leica Hektor 135mm f4.5 Kodak Proimage 100 Kodak Flexicolor home development Epson V370

Iguazú Waterfalls, Argentina [2016] via 500px ift.tt/2ksbbj2

Real or Fake ? What do you think?

After one month of comments, opinions, critique and more opinions I will answer the questions for those still interested. Many Thanks to those of you who commented!!

 

One amazing sunrise in Iguazu + Fujichrome Velvia 50 slide film + long exposure + Neutral Density Graduated Filter (to balance light levels: sky and water)

The original slide turned to be sharp and colourful, almost identical to the image posted here. So nothing was introduced, sandwiched, composed, photoshopped.

As you know, some film has tendency to "see" things different as our eyes on-site perception. Many times this effect is deception, sometimes is useful to compensate the lack of feelings of immensity, smell, wind, water and peace of great places such as the "Cataratas"

Regards

 

Javier

 

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Las Cataratas del Iguazú se encuentran en la frontera entre Argentina y Brasil. El río Iguazú, mediante un amplio arco en forma de herradura de 4 km de longitud y unos 70 m de altura, se precipita dentro de la garganta del Diablo, cañón que luego continúa durante 20 km hasta la desembocadura en el Paraná. La altura desde la que caen oscila entre 60 y 80 metros.

En total hay 275 saltos.

 

Fueron descubiertas por Alvaro Núñez Cabeza de Vaca en el año 1541 mientras emprendía una travesía. Las llamó Saltos de Santa María, pero con el tiempo prevaleció su nombre indígena, "Iguazú" que se traduce como "agua grande".

 

Another taken from the Brazilian side of the falls - NEX6 + SEL1018

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Its funny how often you forget how beautiful this world really is.

A panorama overlooking the Garganta del Diablo from the Argentinian side of the magnificent Iguazu Falls.

 

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