Monday, 13 December 2010

Three Countries


Meeting point of the Paraná and Iguazú Rivers
Paraguay (left) and Brazil (right) as seen from Argentina

10 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Ai quanta emoçao! Eu nasci no Paraná, sou paranaense!Que saudades do meu Brasil!
Filhote tá vindo para passar as férias da Universidade que ele faz no Brazil, vem curtir o colinho da mammy aqui!E vai pegar aquele inverno com neve :)
Imagina meu coraçao de mammy como está ansioso aguardando as festas!
Amei sua primeira foto, está maravilhosa!
No Brasil agora é verão e eu imagino o forno e umidade que deve estar fazendo em Foz do Iguaçu, normalmente lá já eh calorão!
Abraços
Léia

Jacob said...

Okay, I think I'm getting the picture - sort of (from your In The Wild blog)...

Quite impressive! Is round-topped building where you stayed on this trip?

JM said...

@Jacob: I remember asking what the round building in Brazil was but I totally forgot it, sorry... :-)

Small City Scenes said...

How very cool. Very historic I think. MB

Photo Cache said...

that is fascinating. never knew that. thanks.

Deepak Acharya said...

three countries ? wow ! take care !!!

tapirgal said...

Not only a beautiful photo, but a fascinating concept. I always get a strange feeling about things that make you so aware of what country you're in. It's hard to explain, but this would be one of them.

tapirgal said...

What I just said is related to a place - to a spot on the map - not like looking and seeing people and market or something, but to defining location. It's surreal.

Sciarada said...

Ciao J M, the countries are divided, but nature makes them meet in the beauty!
Have a good day!

Francisca said...

I've been at a similar crossroads of countries with Thailand, Lao and Cambodia. Amazingly similar...