Category Archives: Pantanal and Iguazu Falls

Iguacu Falls–Argentina side

Today is my last day in South America.  I have a taxi picking my up at 9:30 for my trip across the border back into Brazil.  I expect to get my helicopter ride in today.  Yesterday I spent the day … Continue reading

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I have seen the future of Girard…and maybe your city!

While strolling through the ruins of three Jesuit missions here in San Ignacio and nearby in Santa Anna and Loreto.  I thought I envisioned the future of my hometown, Girard.  This vision may hold true for some of the cities … Continue reading

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Blood Moon afterall….

Just in case you haven’t seen pictures of last night’s blood moon anywhere else, here’s mine. Going to tour some ruins in and around San Ignacio today.  The three hour one on one tour is costing me AR$300….that’s about $15 … Continue reading

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Rain, rain, go away!!!

Yesterday, as you recall, I was out early to shoot the falls before the crowd started arriving.  That was successful.  I left the falls area and returned to my hotel just before noon and worked on the images I’d shot … Continue reading

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Now THIS is a Waterfall!!

I used to live about three miles above Niagara Falls and I’ve been there dozens of times if not a few hundred.  Everyone who came to visit got a tour of Niagara Falls.  I was impressed every time I went … Continue reading

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You won’t believe what we saw on today’s boat ride!

After lunch Tuesday, we headed out for a boat ride on the river.  It seemed there were a lot more birds at Jaguar Camp at Port Jofre but here we’ve seen some of them fishing and were able to photograph … Continue reading

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We leave Jaguar Camp and go north to Posada Rio Clara.

Jaguar Camp is owned by Ailton Lara.  The 34-year-0ld built this camp over the past two years.  It’s rustic and comfortable.  According to Lonely Planet, he is one of the best local jaguar guides in the Pantanal.  He’s a typical … Continue reading

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