We went to visit a friend that lives in Niagara Falls, Ontario for a week. On the way we stopped at the New River Bridge in West Virginia which is the longest single arch span in the Western Hemisphere. The next day we visited Presque Island State Park in Erie, Pennsylvania before arriving in Niagara Falls.
While we were in Niagara we spent two days at the falls themselves. Our friend took us on a hike down into the Niagara Gorge, later she showed us around Niagara-on-the-Lake, and Port Delhousie. The last evening we went back to the falls to see them light up the falls and watch the fireworks.
The weather was touch and go most of the time we were there although we did get a couple of days of sunshine. However, the skies were mostly gray, overcast and basically not photogenic. It made it hard to get good shots most of the time, but I did manage to get some that I liked.
Note: I took a lot of photographs over the week we were on vacation. Therefore, I don't have all of them sorted and processed yet. Keep checking back. I will be adding to this gallery until I am finished processing the select photographs.
© Craig A. Lee