Earlier this week I was at the temporary Calendar Club store in the Pen Centre in St Catharines. I noticed several calendars that had pictures of Niagara Falls.
The other day I came across a couple of nice Niagara Falls videos that were on Shutterstock. They all have a “shutterstock” watermark on the videos, so they are meant to be purchased. But I still thought it would be good to share the link. You can start at http://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-13214060-stock-footage-niagara-falls-canada-december-clifton-hill-tourist-area-in-niagara-falls-ontario-in-the.html to see some of them. Of course you can always do a search for whatever term you are interested in. There are both videos and photos.
“The Comfort Inn Clifton Hill at the corner of Clifton Hill and Victoria Ave in Niagara Falls is being demolished. I took some pictures of the demolition. It is moving along with large gaps in the building now. From Victoria Avenue you can see Boston Pizza.
These are pictures taken on Tuesday, November 17, 2015”
From 20151117 Demolition of the Comfort Inn Clifton Hill, posted by Niagara Falls Blog on 11/18/2015 (13 items)
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TrekEarth has the tagline:
Learning about the world through photography
If you visit the site and do a search for Niagara Falls, you can find all sorts of nice photos.
Sometimes I’m a little slow…
It wasn’t until just the other day that I considered what a great source for pictures of Niagara Falls that Pinterest could be. Somehow in one of my alert emails that I get, a pin by Susan Keltz showed up. It was a beautiful shot of the American Falls that was found on the Clifton Hill web site. I then just did a simple search for Niagara Falls, and saw all sorts of great pictures:
The Suitcase and Heels blog has posted about a recent trip to Niagara Falls. It includes some fantastic pictures!
The sign says that Clifton Hill is the street of fun at Niagara Falls to which I add a caveat… if you’re a kid. Most adults will probably find it to be a cheesy drain on their wallets. Everything may be overpriced but I still had fun photographing the over-the-topness of it all. I was here when I was 9 and you know what, almost nothing has changed. There are still the same haunted houses, wax museums, arcades and gift shops. One thing that I do love about Clifton Hill is how colourful every thing is. Here, see what I mean: