Perhaps the most magical part of my trip to Argentina involved visiting Iguazu National Park, where the base of a basaltic plateau results in the most fantastic series of waterfalls amongst a subtropical rainforest.
(You can see all the photos here, on Flickr.)
This waterfall, known as the Devil's Throat, is terrifyingly powerful and results in perpetual rainbows. Is that a spiritual metaphor?
The park is home to over 300 varieties of butterflies with dazzling colors and patterns.
I love how creepy and leaf-like this guy was.
Psychedelic pop art butterfly!
The falls can also be seen from Brazil and Paraguay, but I stayed on this side of the border.
Sneaky peak at some Argentine fashions... well, outdoorsy fashions.
Crazy vultures of some kind...
And last but not least
Our friend the guati.
An outfit post tomorrow, followed by my last installments of Argentine posts