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Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
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Niagara Falls from the Canadian Side. Niagara Falls is a very impressive waterfall there is not much I can say which will give you the impression of how impressive it is to actually go there and see it.

This panorama was made using HDR techniques so someone pushing a food trolley appears as a stuttering sort of a blur, I left them in rather than edit them out since I thought it gave the scene an impression of movement.

Copyright: John Leith
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Caricate: 09/12/2009
Aggiornato: 15/09/2014
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Tags: niagara falls; ontario; canada; hdr
  • Anna over 1 year ago
    How do you get to the Canadian side of Niagara falls? Is there a name for that observation deck?
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