I took these pictures on Wednesday, when we had a very nice, clear day. You can definitely understand why some people travel across the world to see this area!
From Running Magazine:
Recently I was in Niagara Falls, Ont. for several days and reveled in the opportunity to run alongside the iconic waterfall. It’s truly an invigorating experience to be in the presence of such a natural wonder. Read More…
With all of this gorgeous weather we’ve been enjoying, I’ve already seen some of the buds/shoots coming out of the ground. The crocus, daffodil, and tulip plants are starting to peak out.
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From WKBW Channel 7 in Buffalo:
If you thought it felt icy out there Friday, take a look at some of these stone-cold shots we took up in Niagara Falls!
Trees, view finders and street lamps located near one of the most breath-taking sites in all of Western New York are covered in ice! Temperatures have remained below freezing over the past few days, allowing water droplets from the falls to accumulate and freeze on to objects such as trees, cars, railings, sidewalks etc…
From the Niagara Falls Review:
All signs point to a perfect summer tourism season in Niagara Falls.
Redeveloped and new attractions, a favourable U.S. currency exchange and weather forecasts, and the first good indicator: One of the best Victoria Day long weekends in recent memory.
“I heard at least one person say that he felt he was 30 per cent up from last year on the holiday weekend,” said Niagara Falls Tourism chairman Wayne Thomson.
“That is unheard of. It was probably one of the best ones we’ve had.”
We’ve an incredibly mild winter with very little snow. We’ve also had some unseasonably warm temperatures lately. All that has led to this… The flowers along the Niagara Parkway are starting to come up! The crocuses are up, and the daffodils and tulips are starting to shoot up. I’m not a big fan of winter, so this is great to see!