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Niagara Falls Panoramic Picture - Daytime

Niagara Falls Panoramic Picture - Daytime

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This panorama of Niagara Falls was taken by James Blakeway. The waterfalls are located on the Niagara River in western New York State and southeastern Ontario. Niagara Falls consists of three waterfalls: the American Falls to the left of center, Bridal Veil Falls just right of the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls on the right of the panorama, which is on the Canadian side of the border. The amount of water falling over the crest line of the Falls is more than 6 million cubic feet every minute. The Falls are capable of producing over 4 million kilowatts of electricity, which is shared by the United States and Canada.
Niagara Falls Panoramic Picture - Fireworks

Niagara Falls Panoramic Picture - Fireworks

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This twilight panorama of Niagara Falls was taken by James Blakeway. The waterfalls are located on the Niagara River in western New York State and southeastern Ontario. Niagara Falls consists of three waterfalls: the American Falls to the left of center, Bridal Veil Falls just right of the American Falls and the Horseshoe Falls on the right of the panorama, which is on the Canadian side of the border. Every evening, after sunset, illumination of the falls displays a rainbow of colors in the rapidly moving water and mist. Lighting up the sky most weekends is a colorful fireworks display.
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Niagara Falls Panoramic Pictures

The international border between the U.S. state New York and Canadian providence Ontario is home to the beautiful panoramic views of Niagara Falls. Images of Niagara Falls are actually comprised of three separate waterfalls that combine to create the highest flow rate of any waterfall on earth. The Horseshoe Falls lie on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, and the American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls lie on the U.S. side.

Niagara Falls panoramic images capture a truly amazing natural wonder, with more than 6 million cubic feet of water cascading over the falls every minute. Both Canada and the U.S. celebrate this naturally-made tourist attraction by lighting the falls in a rainbow of dazzling colored displays at night, and by having fireworks programs on most weekends and holidays.

Famous for their amazing beauty and also as a great energy resource, hydroelectric plants utilize the power of falling water to generate electricity for both the U.S. and Canada while preserving the beauty seen in Niagara Falls panoramas for generations to come.

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