Thursday, September 29, 2011

Skywatch Friday

This week's Skywatch feature is this photo of the American side of Niagara Falls taken from the Canadian side of the basin. I took it the very first time I went to Falls back in October of 2008 over Thanksgiving (Canadian) weekend. I was stunned by the size and beauty of the falls and also by their power, they truly had a magical effect on me. This is my favorite photo of that day and I hope you all like it too :o)

To see more Skywatch photos from around the world, you can stop by the Skywatch Friday Blog.

Enjoy your weekend, I hope you have nicer weather than what they are announcing in Montreal, I think my planned excursion to the apple orchard may have to wait until next week unless I want to pick apples from a rowboat, they're announcing so much rain!!!


  1. A great picture. I have been too the falls several times and am amazed at the amount of water that roars over the fall.

  2. Wonderful shot - so creative!

  3. That's a unique view of the waterfalls. I've never seen them in person; I'd love to, though! Thanks for sharing your interesting shot with skywatchers.

  4. Very nice composition.

    Regards and best wishes

  5. creative framing of the falls
    we were there on our first ever white xmas trip in december - loved it
    seeing the frozen falls from the tunnel portals underneath was amazing

  6. Artfully framed view of the falls, liked your pumpkin post to celebrate the arrival of fall

  7. Nicely framed!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  8. A unique and beautiful perspective of the great Niagara.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel