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Brrr… FROZEN Niagara Falls: A Photo Essay!

SubscribeFiled Under: Canada, Photo Essay,by Bhakti and Neeraj

Just about the only highlight of the year 2015’s brutal Canadian winter was the partially frozen Niagara Falls. Checkout a few pictures from our visit that is bound to send a chill down your spine.

This is the partially frozen American Falls - Niagara Falls in made up of three waterfalls (Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls) along the US-Canada border

This is the partially frozen American Falls – Niagara Falls in made up of three waterfalls (Horseshoe Falls, American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls) along the US-Canada border

American Falls (Left) and Bridal Veil Falls (Right)

American Falls (Left) and Bridal Veil Falls (Right)

American Falls (Left) and Bridal Veil Falls (Right)

American Falls (Left) and Bridal Veil Falls (Right)

The ice-covered walls of the Niagara valley

The ice-covered walls of the Niagara valley

The surface of the Niagara river was almost totally frozen

The surface of the Niagara river was almost totally frozen

The Horseshoe Falls and the frozen Niagara river

The Horseshoe Falls and the frozen Niagara river

The icy walls of the Niagara Falls

The icy walls of the Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls and the Horseshoe Valley

Niagara Falls and the Horseshoe Valley

Closer look at the Horseshoe Valley

Closer look at the Horseshoe Valley

A snow and ice-covered rock at the bottom of the Horseshoe Falls

A snow and ice-covered rock at the bottom of the Horseshoe Falls

Horseshoe Falls - the largest of the three falls that make up Niagara Falls - fully visible only from the Canadian side

Horseshoe Falls – the largest of the three falls that make up Niagara Falls – fully visible only from the Canadian side

Niagara River just as it forms the Horseshoe Falls

Niagara River just as it forms the Horseshoe Falls

Snow buildup on top of the Horseshoe Falls

Snow buildup on top of the Horseshoe Falls

The snow and ice-covered safety railings were harder than steel

The snow and ice-covered safety railings were harder than steel

Looks like a cross-section of the human brain!

Looks like a cross-section of the human brain!

Bhakti hiding behind the railing

Bhakti hiding behind the railing

Chunks of snow and ice floating in Niagara river that drains Lake Erie into Lake Ontario

Chunks of snow and ice floating in Niagara river that drains Lake Erie into Lake Ontario

The American Falls at night

The American Falls at night

Tourists walking on the Niagara Falls boulevard with the lit Skylon Tower in the background

Tourists walking on the Niagara Falls boulevard with the lit Skylon Tower in the background

Checkout what Niagara Falls looks like in the summer.


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