Brazilian waterfall – Iguazu fall

When I was 24 years old, I visited Foz do Iguacu and came face to face with the water springing from an unknown source. No feeling touched my heart. But when last February, I came face to face with the Iguacu Waterfall – Brazilian side- my heart soared and I felt proud of being Brazilian. I washed my soul and came back home with a heart overflowing with endless joy and a full assurance that, I still will go back to my homecountry and I want to do something for the kids that do not have the same chances I had. I want to go back to my homecountry and I´ll do something to help children who do not have the same opportunities than my children. And for that, I start, since now, to save money. If u want to visit Iguazu Waterfall, contact Beatriz Ramser by email bearamser@hotmail.com or by phones 55-45-30287621 and 55-45-99787621, the best tourist guide I’ve ever met in many years. Besides good guide, it is reliable. How do I say this? I bought a Dell notebook, and without ever having seen her in life, gave her address and, after arriving in Foz do Iguacu, there was the notebook and all other products. Proof that there is salvation, that, in this life, there is still a person worthy of trust.

Quando eu tinha 24 anos de idade, eu visitei Foz do iguacu e fiquei cara a cara, com as águas brotando de uma origem desconhecida. Nenhum sentimento tocou meu coracao. Mas, quando em fevereiro, eu fiquei cara a cara com as águas de iguacu, meu coracao disparou e eu senti orgulho de ser brasileira. Lavei minha alma e voltei para casa com o coracao transbordando de uma alegria infinita e uma certeza plena de que, eu ainda vou voltar ao meu país e fazer alguma coisa pelas criancas que nao tiveram as chances que eu tive. Eu quero voltar ao meu país e fazer alguma coisa para ajudar ás criancas que nao tiveram as mesmas oportunidades que os meus filhos. E, para isso, comeco

  • Daniel Savio - Nunca viseitei o Foz do Iguaçu, apesar de andar muito pelo trabalho, raramente viajo para me divertir…

    Fique com Deus, menina Grace Olsson.
    Um abraço.ReplyCancel

  • Linnea - How emotional these shots are! Wow! I can feel the power of the water just by looking at them. I’m glad you had a wonderful visit. Thanks for stopping by.ReplyCancel

  • World Spinner - Brazilian waterfall – Iguazu fall » Grace Olsson fotograf ……

    Here at World Spinner we are debating the same thing……ReplyCancel

  • VM Sehy Photography - These are stunning. These falls remind me of Twin Falls, Idaho. I haven’t been in awhile. I’d also love to visit Niagara Falls sometime.ReplyCancel

  • Cezar & Léia - Hi there! Thanks for your comment on our blog. Sorry to hear that you still have snow all over the place. Well, here only now we start getting better weather. Snow is long gone, but the sun wouldn’t show up until now…
    So you seem to be half Brazilian and half Swedish? Ah sim, agora que me dei conta de estar escrevendo em inglês, nem precisava… :) Suas fotos são muito bacanas, e me fazem querer visitar estes lugares maravilhosos que ainda não conheço: Foz e Suécia (bom, já estive em Malmö, mas tenho vontade mesmo de conhecer o “coração” da Suécia).
    Até mais!
    God bless you!
    CezarReplyCancel

  • Wren - Such beauty and such power!ReplyCancel

  • Socorro - Amei quando fui em Foz do Iguaçu…muito lindoReplyCancel

  • Irne - Awesome …. breathtaking! I’ve alreay put it on my “wish to visit list”!ReplyCancel

  • anemonen - Wow lovely – it´s breathtaking!ReplyCancel

  • Lady Fi - Wow wow wow! These are just stunning!ReplyCancel

  • Stephany - Fantastic series of photos, Grace! I can hear the roar of the water.ReplyCancel

  • Mylene - Very awesome photo!

    Please visit my Skywatch Firday entry if you have time :)

    Have a blessed weekend!ReplyCancel

  • Wanda - Just breathtaking… What an amazing shot and place!ReplyCancel

  • Ebie - Very lovely photos? How was the carnival in Rio? I have learned about the fires that destroyed the costumes that took a year’s preparation.

    Have a great weekend my friend.ReplyCancel

  • eileen - What a beautiful image! It must look awesome in person! Fantastic photo.ReplyCancel

  • Carver - Fantastic shots of the waterfall. Glorious!ReplyCancel

  • Al - Incredible – this looks absolutely magnificent! Good luck returning to Brazil.ReplyCancel

  • Riet - That is beautiful and special.ReplyCancel

  • Spiderdama - Wonderful shots! How big it can be this waterfall! Great photos.ReplyCancel

  • pearl maple - wow that is beautiful
    thanks for sharingReplyCancel

  • REGINA - Breathtaking scenes!
    Happy SWF and have a great weekend my friend!ReplyCancel

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