Monday, March 28, 2016

Views While Passing Over The Eastern Falls

Crossing over the bridge over the east channel, it's easy to get shots of the edge of the waterfalls. Most of the falls had a coating of ice, but there were the odd sections where the water was flowing freely.


I like what the mist of waterfalls do in coating the rocks and trees nearby. This is where the east channel meets Green Island, followed by views of the east falls from the island.

28 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos! I like to see the snow and cold and your photos show it off well! The mist makes a nice design on the rocks.

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  2. It seems that cataracts are resting.

    Tomás.

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  3. holes in ice. Holes in ice do scare me. I remember as a child, skating on a pond that wasn't frozen in the middle. There were barriers. Still, I was a little afraid it would swallow me up!

    Janis
    GDP

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  4. It looks really really freezing cold!

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  5. Awsome! We won't see this in our flat and relative warm country.

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  6. Keep 'em coming! April showers here of course but I could look at freezing winter photos all year long!
    Thanks for all your comments while I was away and hope you had a lovely Easter!

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  7. Like the perspective in that fifth photo.

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  8. Is this Canada--or the North Pole?

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  9. I like the pictures from the north side.

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  10. So with lower water levels and limited flow , some areas are able to freeze and he spray does the rest.

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  11. Beautiful and majestic winter series, William!

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  12. Lovely photos ! WOW ! still lots of snow and ice there . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  13. @Nora: thank you!

    @Tomas: it does!

    @Janis: that's good sense.

    @Marleen: it was.

    @Jan: it happens here.

    @Ciel: good to see you back.

    @Beth: very cold!

    @Revrunner: thanks.

    @Norma: hah!

    @Furry Gnome: thanks!

    @Red: it's fascinating to see.

    @Linda: thanks!

    @Country Gal: we have considerably less now.

    @Sharon: oh yes.

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  14. wow, how pretty! won't be long now for it all to melt!

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  15. Such beautiful photos! We almost never see waterfalls coated with ice here :-)

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  16. Yes, the flowing areas are interesting

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  17. Waterfalls encased in ice gives a totally different view.

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  18. I really like picture number 5 with the tree and figure in it, very lovely...

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  19. Like a white moonscape. Love the last photo with the interplay of shadows on the white snow.

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  20. @Tanya: a lot of our snow is on the way out.

    @Tamago: it happens here, and the ice can take awhile to go.

    @VP: and more of that to come.

    @RedPat: thanks!

    @Cloudia: thanks!

    @Bill: it's vastly different from the rest of the year.

    @Geoff: I spotted her and knew I wanted the shot from there.

    @Gemma: thank you!

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