Photographer's Note

During cold winters the fog that rises from Niagara falls freezes and cumulates into large piles of ice. These small mountains of ice are almost as high as the falls themselves. The arrival of spring resulted in the melting of the ice creating nice patterns.

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Viewed: 1974
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Additional Photos by Peter Lipton (dutchorion) Silver Note Writer [C: 7 W: 0 N: 19] (131)
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