One of my bucket list has been checked when I visited the Niagara falls, finally. I have been longing to have a close up and personal experience of this majestic falls. When I got nearer to Niagara falls, there were few peeks that I got from far and I can feel the strong gust of wind from the falls. I have never seen a horseshoe falls before, in fact, I was ignorant when my friends kept telling me that the horseshoe falls is much more majestic and better experience which can be experienced from the Canada side. Without doing any research about Niagara falls, I could not get any idea what the mysterious horseshoe falls is all about.
When I stood along the railings and facing the horseshoe falls, it is indeed very close to what its name describes, a horseshoe and it is very best seen from Canada’s side rather than the America’s side. It was a cold weather and the consistent gust of wind from the falls made it even colder for me to handle but all of the experience was worthwhile. There are various options for you to get up close to the falls and feel its wrath. It was indeed powerful with gallons of water pouring down!
I walked along the railings and took a while to look for my spot for taking a long exposure shot of the horseshoe falls using BIG Stopper from LEE filter. I tried to search for a spot where I can see the shape of the falls as clearly as possible and I took several shots to make sure I have gotten the picture that I wanted. Sometimes, more is better. I drove approximately 2 hours from downtown Toronto to see this Niagara falls and I am so going to hang around the falls and take in all the view until I am satisfied. And of course, gotten all the pictures that I wanted too! Please enjoy one of my image.