Although nothing beats seeing them in person, We have gathered some photos of Niagara Falls here to give people who are not able to get here a chance to see just how massive and powerful they really are.
Great close up shot at the brink of the Horse Shoe Falls submitted by local friend of everything-niagara-falls.com Marc.
Here the Maid of the Mist is entering the misty center of the Horseshoe Falls giving passengers the feeling of being completely surrounded by the Falls themselves.
The Niagara Falls Observation Deck located on the American side of the Falls stretches out over the Gorge and Niagara River to allow visitors a better view of the American and Bridal Veil Falls.
The Maid of the Mist traveling past the American Falls as it heads back to dock with another satisfied and wet group of passengers.
Here you can see the Maid of the mist as it passes throught the shadow cast by another famous Niagara Falls landmark, the Skylon Tower.
When the sunshine and mist conditions are just right, visitors to Niagara Falls are treated to great views of rainbows in the Falls.
The Brink of the Horseshoe Falls as viewed at the Table Rock Welcome Center.
Crowds gather all day long rain or shine to view first hand the mighty power of the Falls.
Here you can get a feeling for the Horseshoe Falls' massive size. This photo only covers about the first 25 percent of the Falls and if you look to the top left of the picture you can see just how small the people are compared to the Falls.
The Rainbow Bridge is a great way for Canadian and American visitors to cross the border either by car or by foot and enjoy the view of the Falls from both sides.
Great Views of the Falls A great panoramic video of the American Falls, Horseshoe Falls and even the Skylon Tower.
Almost too close for comfort This is the view people get when visiting the Table Rock welcome center located at the brink of the Falls. It almost seems like your are hovering directly over the edge in this video.
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