The photos in this post were taken just one month ago when I made a special trip to Niagara Falls to see them in their winter beauty. I had heard that the ice was beginning to melt so I joined a small group of my friends from the Oshawa Camera Club and made the 2 and a half hour trip on the Fun Bus. For a very reasonable rate, we made a day of it with the ride, a wonderful buffet lunch and opportunity to try our luck at the slots.
The weather on the 12th of march was absolutely beautiful! It was very sunny and warm enough to spend all of the afternoon outdoors. I wanted to share a few of the pictures which I took. Due to the time of day, the Canadian Falls were backlit and with the spray, I had very little luck in getting any decent shots but the American Falls were spectacular.
This was a wonderful sight. I encourage everyone to see Niagara Falls in the winter at least once. For me, it was well worth the trip!
These are spectacular photos Jane! Ginette
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Glad you liked them, Ginette. Thanks for taking the time to comment.
Very beautiful shots Jane!
Glad you liked them! Thanks.
They were breathtaking. Lighting was awfully bright but I managed to capture the American Falls and their late spring beauty. Thanks for commenting.
Thanks for sending the photos of the falls. They are breath taking. It is hard to believe that one year the falls went dry because of ice build up on th Lake Erie side. Judy
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Wow, spectacular pictures! They are so beautiful.
Thank you, Stephanie. I am so glad I had a chance to see them and photograph such a spectacle.
Beautiful captures, Jane!
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