The Friday Photo #168 – Raging water at Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls, NZ

We could hear it long before we could see it, the thunder of millions of litres of raging water slamming into the flattened rocks. Spray filled the air, drenching us in seconds. I could understand why those that chose to go over these falls in flimsy wooden barrel so rarely made it out alive.

One of the great tourist attractions, Niagara Falls is justifiably famous all around the world and makes it onto many bucket lists. And now, the day had come, and there we were, cowering in front of its magnificence.

Although, I have to admit, I wasn’t quite as impressed by this waterfall in the Catlins region of New Zealand as I had expected to be……

The Friday Photo #167 – Down the river in NZ
Bidding farewell at Farewell Spit


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    Miranda Metheny

    June 29, 2013

    This is hilarious! :) Thanks for sharing...

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    Digital Nomads

    June 30, 2013

    Good one! We went to the real one in Canada and it was super awesome.

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    September 26, 2013

    I also went to the one in the Catlins ... it took us a while to figure it out =P
    It's beautiful down there anyway =)

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