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alan h. 20 275 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2003 9:28PM
a shot with great impact.the ice and snow frame the cascading waters.the tiny figures
give scale to the scene. somebody threw himself over the falls a couple of days ago and survived i would not have fancied his chances if the weather had been like this.alan
rita richter 18 29
22 Oct 2003 9:52PM
I agree with alan,I had been browsing through the images and as soon as I saw this it made me sit up and take a closer look. Great picture......rita
ericfaragh Plus
17 149 5 United Kingdom
22 Oct 2003 10:38PM
The scale of that water-sculpted ice is very well shown. Impressive.
flossie 18 1.6k
23 Oct 2003 10:27AM
Niagara in winter, what an amzing site that must be - great shot.
snappypix 18 21
23 Oct 2003 3:51PM
Wow! The inclusion of the people in the foreground really gives this perspective (and makes us realise how insignificant humans are against the forces of nature!)
noseprints 17 576
24 Oct 2003 11:16PM
ah, yes. niagara, always a crowd pleaser. thanks was really cold.
naturenut 18 1.8k England
26 Oct 2003 9:31AM
Wow, agree with all the comments above, a stunning photo Lucie.
judith79 18 7
5 Nov 2003 6:36PM
Wow great!!!! Love the falls... they are so beautiful and this is such a nice picture.
noseprints 17 576
5 Nov 2003 11:24PM
thanks, yeah, the falls are great!
g-3 18 4
6 Nov 2003 10:44AM
almost an abstract composition that gives a great feeling of scale; awe-inspiring! :o)
nutmeg 17 7 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2003 7:23PM
Never thought Niagara got that cold Brrrrrr great shot.
oldham 17 198 England
14 Nov 2003 12:28AM
love the contrast between the light of the ice and water and the dark of the people in the distance a contrast like this helps draw the eye to the central figure of the waterfall. A most impressive sight the smallness of the people helps magnfty the splendour of the waterfall a clever use of scale. Power can be felt from the current and cold from the ice portraying the feel of winer and rushing currents. A remarkable use of imaging and worthy of high praise. I am glad you like my feral flight and thanks for your comments
oldham 17 198 England
14 Nov 2003 12:29AM
where are you living are you in Usa canada or do you live in England
noseprints 17 576
14 Nov 2003 8:44PM
i live in toronto. niagara is about an hour and half drive around lake ontario.
iancrean 17 14
26 Nov 2003 9:18AM
I had not appreciated that the falls iced up like that, so thanks for the education. I guess you must have shots of the falls in all seasons? Would make a nice series.
noseprints 17 576
26 Nov 2003 7:48PM
i hadn't either. it was an impulse visit and a bit of a shock for me too.
gma 19 166 United Kingdom
11 Jan 2004 7:12PM
You can just 'feel the power and magnificance of the falls' in this shot.
dpf 17 7 United Kingdom
28 Jul 2004 12:35PM
I think I actually prefer this original colour to your new version - but, there you go!
AlanBW 15 20 England
16 Feb 2006 5:12AM
Spectacular shot
noseprints 17 576
16 Feb 2006 6:26AM
thanks! welcome to epz. having a fun time exploring? reminds me of when i first signed up.

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