Sunwapta falls angel by Daniel Viñé
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Sunwapta falls angel

May 15, 2020

The Sunwapta Falls inside the Jasper National Park, Canada, are a couple of waterfalls that fall at the same time, the water comes from the Sunwapta river that divides into that small "islet" where it is found again forming a good "whirlpool", the cherry is put by that beautiful color of the water coming from the Athabasca glacier.
Apparently, the word Sunwapta comes from the language of the native Indians and means "turbulent water", a good description.

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9 Comments

richard toribio casares's picture

muy guapa tio!

Efren Yanes's picture

Maravillosa compi! Qué pasada es Canadá y las Rocosas!

jabi sanz's picture

Muy guapa Dani, se sale

Jose Luis Llano's picture

Tremenda Dani!!

Eneko Guerra's picture

trmeneda tio! el color del agua con el contraste de esos pinos...naturaleza pura y dura

Daniel Viñé's picture

Muchas gracias Eneko! UFff es uno de esos sitios que te dejan flipado!

Merce Hernando's picture

Preciosa

Gregory Thanos's picture

so beautiful picture! great work!

Toni Pou's picture

Qué guapa amigo!