step by step, inch by inch …. and if that means absolutely nothing to you, you haven’t had a full dose of Moe, Larry, and Curly. It was a standard gag every time “Niagara Falls” was mentioned. I feared with the severely overcast skies, the ever present spray, frozen this and that, that the falls would be lost in the scene. That’d really have been bad as photographing the falls was the main focus of our trip. It was cold, but the falls were beautiful with all the snow and ice around.

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  • BCImages
    BCImagesover 4 years ago

    great capture Terence

  • Thanks, Steve!

    – Terence Russell

  • farnooshart
    farnooshartover 4 years ago


  • Thank you so very much!

    – Terence Russell

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    NatureGreeting...over 4 years ago

    sooooooooo cold!! but GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Thanks! I have visited Niagara Falls twice, both times in winter. I think I might have to go sometime in the summer to see how it looks without all the snow and ice around! ;)

    – Terence Russell

  • WingsOfAngelz
    WingsOfAngelzover 4 years ago

    WOWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!! Absolutely STUNNING Terence!!!!

  • Thanks, my friend. It was delight to behold!

    – Terence Russell

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    NatureGreeting...over 4 years ago

    yes summer would be wonderful!! would love to be able to visit in any season :))

  • ECH52
    ECH52over 4 years ago

    Beautiful capture, Terence. It is a splendid sight!

  • Thanks, mate! There is so much water in so many forms. What is so intriguing to me is that there is no break between the massive spray of water from the falls and the overcast sky.

    – Terence Russell

  • Panalot
    Panalotover 4 years ago

    Stunning capture, like the water merging with the sky

  • Thanks, my friend! It literally is doing just that. The low clouds merge with the rising spray to create a continual band of fog and mist..

    – Terence Russell

  • WingsOfAngelz
    WingsOfAngelzover 4 years ago

    You are so welcome Terence, and I can only imagine! It really is Stunning!!!

  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonover 4 years ago

    POKOMOKO !!! brrrrrrrrrrr good capture Terence

  • Thank you, Philip. It was pretty frigid! ;)

    – Terence Russell

  • MichaelTravis
    MichaelTravisover 4 years ago
    I remember that one very well.I saw them early saturday morning.I wish I hadtime to explain the episode. LOL! This is fabulous photography.I’ve neverbeen to the falls.My wife has.When she was a teen.It must be breathtaking.:)
  • It is definitely worth the trip. It was easy to see why it was the honeymoon destination extraordinaire at one time.

    – Terence Russell

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