Friday, December 30, 2011

the eighth natural wonder of the world

As promised, Part 2 of this post (check it out to see my outfit).
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Have you ever seen anything so beautiful that you felt that a photograph couldn't capture the beauty? I have. Yesterday. My parents and I went to Niagara Falls (on the American side) to see a landscape covered in ice. It was absolutely beautiful. Everything was frozen, from the grass, to the trees, to the little berries that poked out beneath sheaths of ice. The only sound to be heard was the rushing noise of the falls, as the mass amounts of water are too powerful to freeze. Imagine though, what it would look like to see the falls completely frozen.

Nonetheless, it's no wonder my parents call Niagara Falls the eighth wonder of the world.

I now would like to interrupt my usual outfit posts with some gorgeous photographs of a frozen landscape. The very last photo is of Niagara Falls at night as viewed from the Canadian side.

Photographs of me taken by my Dad, everything else by me.






































6 comments:

Laura said...

It looks so cold but it is so beautiful!!! A wonderful winter wonderland! I'm so thankful God has made such a beautiful place for us to go and see what He has made!

Lexy @ QUIRKY EXPLOSION said...

WOWWWW. these photos are BEAUTIFUL. I'm so proud of Canada for this MASTERPIECE. Snow is gorgeous. These photos definitely encapsulate the beauty of simply snow/ nature/ life. LOVE LOVE LOVE x a million.

Happy new year, darling!


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Audrey Allure said...

These images are absolutely gorgeous! Wish I could definitely visit again (haven't been there since I was little). Hope you have a spectacular NYE & New Year's!

Dr. Pallab Kanti Nath said...

happy new year...

Hannah said...

These are absolutely stunning pictures of Niagara Falls in the Winter time! I am just in awe.

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