Sunday, December 29, 2013

Climate Change

I recently spent some time in an actual winter wonderland: Niagara Falls, Canada. 
Here are a few photos from the day we went. My family and two of my best friends spent the day around the Falls. My two friends are from Maryland, and they had never seen snow or ice like this. We went to the American side as well as the Canadian side. Personally, I like the Canadian side better. 
There is a perpetual rainbow at the Falls that we see each time we visit. I was so glad I could capture it with the snowy and icy backgrounds.
The spray of the Falls ices over everything that it touches, so the barriers, trees, and ground were super slippery and shiny. It was beautiful and also dangerous. 
Below is a coin-operated binocular on the US side of the Falls, covered in ice.
 Just a week after this was taken, I found another coin-operated binocular on a beach in Florida. 
Quite a contrast!
It was so great to be able to spend time at the beach and get a little tan. My family and I had a nice holiday.
  I also was able to take some really great photos and just relax. It was much needed.
Hope you had a great holiday as well!


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