Niagara Falls

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We can hear the roar from a distance. The first thing we see is the mist rising like a cloud, we can’t see the drop-off because of all the tourists and as we get closer to Niagara Falls, the width of the Niagara River is enormous, the colour, that gorgeous emerald green of a glacial flow. The sun is shining and the colour of the water of the Niagara River is spectacular.

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We are so close to the edge of the Horseshoe Falls that we feel like we can lean over the railing and touch it. It is only a couple of metres away and the footpath has been built at the same level as the water’s drop-off. The cliff edge of the falls, curves around in front of us to create the perfect horseshoe.untitled_panorama1-web

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The American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls are further down the river. If you hadn’t seen Horseshoe Falls first, you would…

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