Yippie!!! Today is the day and I am finally at the point where I can share my recent memories about Niagara Falls with you. When we lived in Williamsville (in the suburbs of Buffalo, NY) Niagara Falls was one of the points of interest where we lead all our visitors to. It was only 45 minutes away from home. I loved to go there no matter what time of the year. It also was a wonderful experience to be there at the Festival of Lights. Downtown Niagara Falls was beautifully illuminated and the City Center turned into one Winter Wonderland with a huge ice rink. We visited the falls pretty often, and in the end, we were totally fed up with the them. We even told our visiting peeps to go by themselves.
Today it is a must to see “my” falls. So many memories that are connected with a special year of my life that I will be grateful for and cherish for the rest of my life!
Now “dive in” and enjoy the power of the elements!
View from the Canadian side. Do you see the rainbow?
Around the falls it’s always wet. Pretty dangerous in winter!
Never rely on your children…….. 😉
Skylon Tower… we had dinner at the roof-top restaurant.
In Love and Light!
Oh wow!!! What amazing memories this brings back to me. I have looked at these pictures now over and over and in truth, tears fill my eyes. How often I have been to these very places and each time I always stand in amazement at the pure strength and yet the peaceful feelings that always filled me still remains.
I have been taken back today to times of biking along Clifton Hill, and the lights and fireworks that illuminate the night sky…the sounds of the water rushing over is still etched in my memory and the pure energy that combined nature and humans at their best. Thank you again my precious friend…I had an amazing journey today through you! Peace and Love, ~Matthew
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No one and nothing can ever take the memories from us. They are engraved in our hearts and minds as an inseparable part of ourselves. I am so glad I could help opening the files…
Wonderful photos, Erika! It’s on my list to visit one day. Thanks for sharing your photos. 🙂
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