Daily Dabbles: Eye Poppers

February 9th, 2013 7 Comments

Waterfall Island, Alto Parana, Paraguay
by Andrew Murray

Who among you have seen the movie “Avatar“?  Well if you like a lot of people, and I do mean a lot, then you’ve seen it.  If you have that probably means you also remember the scene with the “floating mountains”.  Would you believe they are real?  Well, “real” in once sense, in the optical illusion type of sense.


This is the Waterfall Island in Paraguay.  Beautiful, isn’t it?  If you look at it, it does give the appearance like it’s floating in the air.  I bet this is absolutely stunning in real life!  I should put it on my “Things To See Before I Die” list. 


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I’m a Goth/Hippie who loves to try new things and dabbles in anything and everything that I find enjoyment in. That can include but is not limited to, cooking, art, digital design, jewellery making, photography, gardening, nature, animals and whatever else strikes my fancy. I’m an optimistic (occasionally) perfectionist (constantly), who can be very sarcastic (incessantly), but all in good humour. :)

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Wow, this is amazing!!! Definitely something to see in person. Stunning.


    Yep, it went on my list, lol. I guess I kind of figured places like this were real, but more tangible in our imaginations. Simply put, I had to see it to believe it, lol.


Waterfalls are neat! Ever swum under one or crawled behind one?


    I have been to Niagara Falls, and though I didn’t swim under them I did take the walk behind them. Aside from that, here where I live in Oz there are a couple of falls. I have swam under them and gone behind them. It’s both an awe inspiring thing as well as humbling. I love it.


      Around here they freeze, so you can go behind a frozen waterfall!


        Now that would be awesome! I won’t see that here, it never drops below 60F, *sighs* I do miss the snow.