Natural landscapes: the lower falls


The Niagara Penninsula is one of the richest areas in Canada for waterfalls. While it’s best known for Niagara Falls, there are dozens of other photogenic cascades between Niagara Falls and Hamilton. This is the lower of two glorious waterfalls on Twelve-Mile Creek. Getting access can be challenging but, as you can see, it’s worth the effort.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.

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