Zimbabwe / Zambia Border Victoria Falls

Unlike The Niagara or The Iguaçu, the Victoria Falls do not cascade into a lake to create a vantage point across the shore for a complete panorama. The Victoria Falls instead crash into an enormous chasm, from which clouds of water spray tend to rise. At the opposite edge of the chasm you're too close to shoot the whole width of the Falls even with a 14mm lens. Worse, there is often little to see apart from multiple rainbows while getting completely soaked. So how to capture the entirity of the world's biggest waterfall? Get a helicopter! By youngrobv (Rob&Ale)
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Zimbabwe / Zambia Border Victoria Falls Zimbabwe / Zambia Border Victoria Falls Reviewed by Srinivas on May 16, 2012 Rating: 5

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