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Why are we drawn to the primal force of falling water? To waterfalls cascading in continuous motion, ceaseless renewal, perpetual reshaping?

The ancient Greeks philosophized that in waterfalls, we see ourselves, our own potential for motion, renewal and reshaping.

In Costa Rica, volcanic activity fractured the backbone of the Andean-Sierra Madre chain, resulting in an outpouring of waterfalls, what they call cataratas. Not world-famous showstoppers with crowds crushing and gushing like Niagra or Igazu, but cataratas with a quieter soliloquy, like the country itself.

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