In stead of showing you the magnificent Niagara Falls, because you’ve most likely seen them a million times already, I’ll show you something different. Because you can go behind the falls, did you know? Literally. There’s a tunnel system in the bedrock behind the waterfall, where you can stand behind the thunderous water, or step out on ground level and see the falls crash down from way up high. The last part is especially recommended in winter. Bring a poncho though.
Can't for the life of me imagine how these two visits ended up on the same roll of film, but there you have it. A little wine trip to Niagara (with Bridget & Jim I believe) and a quick stop in Ottawa to paint some concrete. Because that's what you do under bridges in Ottawa during the House of PainT festival.
House of PainT, Ottawa
I believe this was my first time at Niagara Falls, and what do I shoot? Not the falls. Well, I can’t seem to be able to find any pictures of them, probably tucked away somewhere or taken digitally. So, these were taken in town, and it felt like I was in mini-Vegas. From a tourist point of view, Niagara-On-The-Lake might be more interesting, but from a photographic point of view, I can’t get enough of this town.
Oh and yes, the Falls are as majestic as you’d think they would be.