Angels? I think not.
“Scenes so lovely, must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight.”
That famous musing by Dr David Livingstone, after viewing the world’s largest waterfall in full spate, is not an opinion I share.
Two thirds of the way down the long sliver of a South American country that is Chile, the land seems to crumble — first into an area of enormous lakes, then a convoluted puzzle-scape of archipelago and deeply fjorded coastline, before freezing over into a continental icecap…