Glowing Niagara Falls In Freezing Temperatures By Adam Klekotka

Toronto-based photographer Adam Klekotka visited Niagara Falls last December in freezing temperatures and was amazed by the look of the falls, which were illuminated by color lights that made the scene look like ‘fire and ice’ on a different planet. ‘What you can see in the picture is an observation deck on the Canadian side of the Niagara Falls. There were two weeks of the extreme cold weather lately. According to the news, Canada was colder than Antarctica and even colder than the surface of Mars. I thought it was a good idea to see Niagara Falls for the first time during the winter and the first time at night. When I arrived there, I was amazed by the big icicles around the falls. Additionally, the whole place is illuminated at night. The light show, combined with ice, gave a perception of being on a different planet. A very cold planet.’ – Adam Klekotka

Glowing Niagara Falls in freezing temperatures by Adam Klekotka

Glowing Niagara Falls in freezing temperatures by Adam Klekotka

Glowing Niagara Falls in freezing temperatures by Adam Klekotka

Glowing Niagara Falls in freezing temperatures by Adam Klekotka

Glowing Niagara Falls in freezing temperatures by Adam Klekotka

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