Photographer's Note

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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