Iguazú Falls National Park, AregentinaIguazú Falls
is a UNESCO World Heritage
site hat protects some of the last wild sub-tropical Atlantic Rainforest
in South America.
Our visit to the cascades in the forest was a fitting culmination to an expedition
that took us Ushuaia across the Southern Ocean
to the Falkland Islands (Malvinas), South Georgia Island, Orkney Island, and Antarctica.Re-entry
into the modern world
after spending time in wild places
is always challenging, so what better way to ease the stress is with a blissful visit to the more than 250 waterfalls
found at Iguazú.
The images here were made on a two-day extension to Iguazú Falls National Park in Argentina with Lindblad Expeditions-National Geographic
© RALPH LEE HOPKINS