Below Niagara Falls, there are huge bodies of river ice that form, thaw, reform, heave and collapse constantly through the winter season. This process creates undulations, pools, crevices and ridges that can be quite dramatic. And where the ice meets the water, hundreds of seagulls gather.
The Niagara River joins Lake Erie to Lake Ontario, two of the five Great Lakes, which together hold over 20% of the world's surface fresh water. At some point it all runs over the Falls and through this gorge.
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Subhogen (4067) 2014-02-27 8:20
Wow! that is a lot of snow. Nice photo from your high POV. The gulls look like pins in a pin cushion :-). Great image quality, so much more can be enjoyed in the beta version. Expertly handled exposure with all that dominating white in the frame. A fine shot with natural colours and clarity. Thanks for sharing.
mirosu (16041) 2014-02-28 5:58
Another detail winter photo in excellent light. Sometime I miss this icy atmosphere.
Very well done
Wish you a very nice weekend.
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jhm (150878) 2014-03-01 1:15
This type nature pictures get we not everyday to see, this is perfect taken.
Also the snow and birds are a nice addition.
Your picture is very well, and very attractive made in high quality
Sharpness and clarity be superb.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice weekend,
COSTANTINO (63804) 2014-03-02 7:37
Hello dear friend
At first tha nks for sharing with us all
those beautiful and difficult photos
the title of this shot is very suitable
and looking at it carefully thousand
of seagulls have been taken carefully
have a nice evening