Until early 2006 I spent most of my life living in southwestern Ontario, other than the few years we lived in Germany up until 1957 and the six months I spent in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1991 into early 1992. In 1968 we went to Niagara Falls for the day and went there at least twice. These are photos from one of those visits. The photo above shows the Horseshoe Falls from the Skylon Tower in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The Niagara Gorge is below it.
The American Falls as seen in the image above is not as beautiful as the Horseshoe Falls but you have to appreciate it too.
A photo taken from near the edge of the Horseshoe Falls shows you the power of the water going over the edge into the gorge. If you look very carefully in the last photo you'll see a rainbow in the mist above the falls. If you've never seen them, a visit is recommended. Its well worth the trip to see the falls and the floral clock to be found to the north of Niagara Fall, Ontario. Enjoy the photos! - V