Natural wonder of Niagara Falls covered with ice
Visitors view frozen Niagara Falls in Niagara Falls, New York February 17, 2015. Temperatures dropped to 6 degrees Fahrenheit (-14 Celsius) on Tuesday and the National Weather Service issued a Wind Chill Warning in Western New York from midnight Wednesday to Friday. Picture taken February 17, 2015. (REUTERS/Lindsay DeDario)
The Canadian Press,Aaron Lynett
February 19, 2015
The winter’s deep freeze has transformed Niagara Falls into an icy spectacle, encasing the trees around it into crystal shells and drawing tourists who are braving below-zero temperatures.
The Niagara River keeps flowing below the ice cover, so the falls aren’t completely frozen over. But the massive ice buildup near the brink has become a tourist magnet for the second straight year after several relatively mild winters. (AP)
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