Niagara Falls in photos

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The misty sights of Niagara Falls on the U.S.-Canadian border top many a travel bucket list.

Long considered one of the world’s most impressive natural wonders, the misty sights of Niagara Falls on the U.S.-Canadian border top many a travel bucket list.

The so-called “Honeymoon Capital of the World” enchants visitors with the gentle sights and sounds of more than 6 million cubic feet of water falling between 100 and 200 feet into the Lower Niagara River.

You can take in the Falls from Rainbow Bridge or, for a more intimate look, catch a ride on the Maid of the Mist to see where the falls rush into the Lower Niagara. Or you can get a sneak peek right here: Take a look at these stunning photos of Niagara Falls below.

(Image: Greg Knapp)
(Image: Greg Knapp)
(Image: scazon)
(Image: scazon)
(Image: Sue Waters used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Sue Waters used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Artur Staszewski used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Artur Staszewski used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Sue Waters used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Sue Waters used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Alberto Mari used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Alberto Mari used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)
(Image: Niagara USA)

(Main image: nwhitford)

Niagara Falls in photos was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Marissa Willman
Author: Marissa Willman (786 posts)

Marissa Willman earned a bachelor's degree in journalism before downsizing her life into two suitcases for a teaching gig in South Korea. Seoul was her home base for two years of wanderlusting throughout six countries in Asia. In 2011, Marissa swapped teaching for travel writing and now calls Southern California home.