Iguazú Falls on the Argentina-Brazil border is a place of superlatives. Depending on the water flow, between 150 to 300 waterfalls spanning a distance of 1.7 miles tumble over the Paraná Plateau. The vertical drop reaches 270 feet. Although millions of people visit the site each year, the well-designed park on the Argentine side makes it possible to get a sense of past wilderness. By a choice of view lines, judicious leaning and some minor brush work, the images of this exhibit show an environment before crowds. Imagine that space visitors in 1491 left a stash of digital images behind. For reference, I included a photo taken in 2013 at the end.