Friday, November 13, 2009

Bridal Veil Falls (Niagara)



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

This picture of Bridal Veil Falls, a smaller falls adjacent to the American Falls at Niagara. We were on The Cave of the Winds tour which took us to the base of this waterfall and then up the steps you can see in the picture. As you can tell from the water spots, it was a little wet when viewing the falls from this perspective.

13 comments:

rainfield61 said...

The water looks like snow, as white as snow.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Wow. I can hear the sound and feel the moisture just looking at the photo!!!
We went on a "cave of the winds" tour in Colorado...funny.

Cheryl said...

I think I felt the mist on my face! A very nice view.

Karen :-) said...

That's IMPRESSIVE!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That's an excellent perspective.The sound must be deafening.Hope your day is filled with joy.
Blessings,Ruth

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's not easy staying dry near the falls, is it. This is a great shot!

SandyCarlson said...

Dreamy photos, my friend. I swear I can hear the roar.

LV said...

I may be a little late, since I have been keeping my little great grandson all day. I cannot pass you by after visiting Betsy. You know how I am about flowers, so I always look forward to seeing what you will show that is different. This a very nice view of the falls.

Janie said...

Whoa, that's a lot of water and a lot of power. Beautiful!

Queenmothermamaw said...

I went into Canada on a train a couple of years ago from Michigan into a canyon that had a Bridal Veil Falls. I don't have still pictures I got video and don't know how to put that on my post. Do they call them all Bridal Viel?
QMM

Carrizo said...

Hi George.

I like very much the perspective of Your photo. I can easily imagine that wet, beacause we made a "small boat trip" nearby the Falls and everybody was like yellow penguine.

Sunny said...

You can feel the power of the water in your picture. Really a great photo.
Sunny :)

The Tile Lady said...

Wow! It's breath-taking!