Thursday, 27 March 2014

Good Fences - Iguazu Falls


Iguazu Falls in Brazil
April 2007

I am linking with GOOD FENCES today.

All the best Tex with your new meme.

Thank you for visiting.

35 comments:

  1. awesome looking place! love the colors in those rails! thank you so much for linking up today and for your support!

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  2. Good morning Margaret! What a fabulous shot of the falls and surrounding fence.

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  3. Hi there! Visiting from Good Fences... This is a great fence on the walkway over the water; just awesome.
    Have a great day!

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  4. Oh my, that is scary. I would not be able to walk out on that except maybe if I had to to save my life. It's amazing how they built that.

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  5. Hi Margaret, that's a spectacular photo - raging water all right!

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  6. Wow! Just look at that 'boiling', swirling water! Fantastic capture. Not sure I'd be brave enough to cross that bridge but I'd definitely want the photos!

    Visiting from Good Fences,
    ~Lindy

    My fence

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  7. What a magnificent capture, full of energy and life. I can feel the water rushing by. Really amazing!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  8. Oh Margaret, that is just breathtaking! How I'd love to see it in person.

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  9. What a long walk, I bet it was well worth to see the falls!

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  10. I'm thinking you would have to have nerves of steel to go along that footpath. Fantastic photos, the roar of all that water must have been something else!

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  11. Great fence protection for a long stroll.

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  12. Great fence for Tex's Good Fence meme!

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  13. This looks like a magical place! A fence in the water!!! And the way the light is hitting it, it looks a pretty green in some places. It is like something from a beautiful nature book.

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  14. I LOVED Iguazu Falls (and loathed the climate). Great shots - thank you.

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  15. Wow- I might do that one on a dare...and then again..maybe no. But wow, what a rush that would be! Cool shot!

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  16. That is just breathtaking! I can't imagine walking across that bridge though. I'd be terrified. Thanks for visiting me and your sweet comment. Pamela

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  17. Gorgeous....love the fencing. But now I have a question for you Margaret...did you walk out on that bridge?

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    1. No one was allowed to on on the walkway that day.

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    1. Well if you are going to start a 'fence' meme I thought I would start with a bang!!! It will be all down hill from here on in!!!

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  19. this is truly amazing, so glad i got to see this... fantastic shot of a spectacular fence.

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  20. That is one fence I have always wanted to see. Hosted a Rotary exchange student from near there.

    Thank you for your visit. I hope that you me will come again..janey

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  21. Wow, great fence for Tex's meme! I love the waterfalls, awesome shot!

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  22. How Great, I wish I could get to see the fall. Stunning picture, isn't it♡♡♡
    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  23. This is a place I really wanted to visit. But never seem to get there. Thanks for sharing this place.

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  24. WoW, what a beautiful view, it looks like some pretty powerful water!!

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  25. This is truly amazing! Spectacular shot! - Karen

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  26. Amazing scene. I would love to see that in person. Love how the fence disappears off in to the mist.

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  27. That is truly amazing and doesn't look possible! What power the water has! Wow! Great photo! Happy Friday!

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  28. Wow! What an amazing walkway. What a great way to view the falls!

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  29. As you can see, I found your post about Iguaçu. This is a great view of the bridge over the falls. I didn't know when Good Fences started, but I just looked back in your archives to find this post.

    Did you travel elsewhere in Brazil?

    When I lived there 45 years ago, I traveled by bus from Recife in the NE all the way to Buenos Aires stopping at major cities along the way with side trips to Brasilia and a few other cities. But I always regretted not visiting the Amazon region or Iguaçu, so when I went back to visit my friends and former students for the first time in 42 years, I got a Brazilian air pass so I could cross those two things from my bucket list.

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    1. HI Caroline I found you blog (Oct 2011) and saw the 3 slide shows, Bird Park where I visited and the Falls from both sides of the Falls where I also was. Mostly I was in Paragauy for 3 weeks and moved round that country.

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