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I got an amazing sunset at the Mont Saint-Michel back in 2014. I was walking barefoot with my wife, looking for a water pond to get some reflexion. When I turned around I notice that our footsteps made an interesting composition.
The final image turned out to be one of the most awesome images I’ve ever captured (you can see it in my profile…)
This 186 m high waterfall is the first major fall of the São Francisco River, one of the longest Brazilian rivers. It is situated in the Canastra National Park, in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The golden colour of the water is due to minerals coming from the spring, a few kilometers away. It is fascinating to see such a huge amount of water falling from a slit on a 300 m cliff. And it's hard to believe that this waterfall may run dry during severe droughts, as in 2014.
Taking the steam locomotive is the easiest way to reach the sumit of the Brocken, but the prettiest is certainly to climb up on foot. The good thing of taking the hiking trail is that you can capture the locomotive passing by.