You're not afraid of getting wet, are you? The impressive Iguazu falls have an average flow of 1500m3/s but in a good day -like this one- could go over 2000m3/s and even more. It has over 270 drops the biggest of which is the garganta del diablo ("devil's throat"). That's the one on this flawed photo, seen from the brazilian side (the argentinean view, next time!). I have hundreds -literally, hundreds- of photographs of these falls: day shots, night shots, panoramas, wide angle shots, from above, from below, from Brazil, from Argentina and even from the river... all of them flawed cause none of them can transmit what it's like to BE there, getting completly wet and, above all, the sound, that unforgetable sound.