Natural landscapes: sunrise spectacle
WINTER AT NIAGARA FALLS, ONTARIO
It was a bitterly cold morning when I ventured out of our hotel room and down to the falls. But the sun was shining and there was nobody around. So I could park my car wherever I liked and spend as much time as I liked to make pleasing compositions like this.
Niagara Falls is one of the world’s most famous natural attractions and regularly attracts millions of visitors, especially in summer when you can venture down to the falls at a ridiculous hour (like 2 a.m.) and find all kinds of people. Nikon D50, tripod.
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