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My husband and I visited Niagara Falls in September, 2010. This photo was taken from the closest point one can stand at the Journey Behind the Falls attraction in Niagara, Ontario, Canada. It was tremendous! The roar, the mist, the sight of millions of gallons of water spilling over that edge where you can almost reach out and touch the flow.
I have been to the Falls (on the Canadian side) at least a dozen times since I was in my teens (I'm now 53), and I never cease to be amazed at this grand force of Mother Nature!
I posted this photo in December 2010. The Horseshoe Falls are on the other side of the building:
This was taken at Six Nations Pow Wow in Ontario, Canada.
Good action shot.
This was our view all the way home. Potash Lake, Ontario, Canada
By Donna from Foymount, Ont.
Wow! What a beautiful photo! I'd love to have it framed on my wall. Thanks so much for posting.
Inukshuk taken in winter.
We have been camping in this park all summer. Its a bitter sweet moment when the fall comes in Canada. Campers are few and the weather is turning cool at night. The true beauty to look forward too, is the changing colors of the trees.
This is a war monument with all the names on it of the guys who died for our freedom.
I took this picture one overcast day in Port Elgin, Ontario in July. The sailboats in the distance seem to be in flight in the sky. If you look closely, the water meets the sky with a perfectly blended colors.
We took our summer vacation this year in Spanish, Ontario, Canada. I got a new camera for my birthday so I figured I needed to figure it out. I think I got pretty lucky on this shot.
I don't think I have ever been to a more peaceful place ever. While fishing in Ontario, Canada this year, I spotted this lonely flower in the lily pads.