Although the day had no clouds to add interest to the sky, this image was shot on a cold crisp morning and the sun was positioned just right to be diffused by the rising spray. I really liked the balance of the cold blues and aquas with the warm orange and yellow sunlit edges of the falls and sky.
Blue hour above the Canadian Falls. Thi was one of those shots that just aligned perfectly. Out of a number of shots, this particular one was the only image where the spray seemed to be rising up to the moon. Light winds move the spray column all over the place.
Just before our late winter thaw I was able to get this image of the American Falls and the city of Niagara Falls, NY with all of the remaining ice at the base of the rocks.
This has always been one of my favorite images. The photo was taken in 2016 from the American shore looking towards Goat Island. The setting sun had just enough warmth to illuminate the rapids at the same level as the rolling clouds. The movement of both complimented each other perfectly.
After our most recent two day snowstorm and my endless shoveling I had to get out the moment it ended. This was photographed at golden hour looking across the Niagara River towards the frozen shore of Goat Island. The top of the American Falls can be seen on the right edge. By the time I was done all my gear and myself were coated in ice. It was about 20 degrees and the wind was blowing west to east. It was all worth it in the end I think.