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Old May 4, 2005, 11:14 AM   #1
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Two pictures I took last summer while at Niagara. By the way, american side sucks, because you can see the fall only alongside, but I didn't have canadian visa to go on the other side. All comments welcomed.

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Old May 4, 2005, 11:39 AM   #2
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wwooww i like the first one, gorgeous pic!!
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Both of them great, but 2nd is my favourite!
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Old May 4, 2005, 3:47 PM   #4
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Nice photos. For your info, here's the view from the Canadian side.

5 pic panorama FZ20 1/250, f7.3 iso 100 6mm
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the 2nd looks quite magical! Very nice!
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I like the first picture for the colors but I think the second is my favorite of the two.
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Now those are just down right cool!

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I love the second shot
the colours are great!!
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Thanks guys. I just really regret that I couldn't go to the canadian side, at night it must looks much better from their side.

Because I don't have a tripod I had to put my camera on one of those binoculars they have around this place, you know, the one you have to put a quarter to use them.
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Iremeber these falls from younger years ( 9 ) . You dont forget wonders like this

the 2nd draws me into the midst . Nice pics thanks for sharing .
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