Niagara Falls on a warm summer night
About 9:45 PM, 85F, very humid. Camera: Nikon D5000 on a tripod, 18-55mm lens at varied focal lengths, aperture f11, shutter speed 'bulb', ISO 200, shot length varied from 5 to 30 seconds
Along the Susquehanna River
The Susquehanna is 464 miles in length and is the longest non-navigable river in the U.S.A. (no commercial shipping) Beginning in upstate New York, it joins a branch beginning in western Pennsylvania and eventually empties into Chesapeake Bay on the Atlantic Ocean. The Rockville train bridge near Harrisburg Pennsylvania, is the longest stone arch railway bridge in the US.
Decew, Beamer and Rockway Falls
There are a number of lesser falls that cascade over the Niagara Escarpment in the Niagara Region Though not nearly as popular or powerful as the mighty Niagara Falls, these are beautiful in their own right and are particularly spectacular during the spring snow melt and after extended periods of rain. Here are a few pictures and a promise to post more very soon of Rockway's main falls , Angel Falls and Ball's Falls.
Port Dalhousie village in the evening
Sadly, the character of this quaint harbour will soon be gone to make way for a colossal commercial enterprise that is neither wanted nor needed in this picturesque little town.
Variety of photos from Jordan Ontario
These are from Jordan Ontario, a neat little spot to visit including the Jordan Historical Museum and early settlement village. It is a fine place to spend a half day shopping the boutiques and winery which has a fine restaurant. The historical museum and village are a treat!
A few more from around Port Dalhousie
Are you starting to think that I have never left Port Dalhousie and the Niagara Region? Well there are just so many good sites around here to photograph that need to be shared and I want you to know how blessed the folks of Niagara are to have photographic gems like this around us.