I got out of the country in 2019!
I mean, it’s just Canada, and it was only to see Niagara Falls from the Canadian side. I’d never been to the Canadian side, and even though I’ve been in Buffalo going on four years, this is my second trip to the Falls and first to Canada (I flew through Vancouver and Toronto when traveling to Australia in 2017 but I never stepped out of the airport I also visited Québec in 2011). Anyways, I took five photos of Juliet and only a handful more across the border, but here’s what I came up with. Yeah, we shot again. We wouldn’t actually wait six months, did you seriously believe that?
Unfortunately, J doesn’t have a passport, but she emphasized she was more than happy to stay in the car and let me go over. I’ve wanted to capture the icy falls for years now, and I didn’t want to miss the opportunity. So, I trucked on over on a very long bridge to the Canadian side, passed through, and started my photographic journey in Canada.
It honestly was a sight to see. Seriously. If you go to Niagara Falls, please go to the Canadian side. It’s honestly a breathtaking sight for most people! I’ve head the pleasure of seeing Iguazú Falls in Argentina, so as far as I’m concerned, Niagara Falls doesn’t even compare. But Iguazú will never ice over like Niagara, so, in that sense, Niagara is truly spectacular.
Oh, and we’ll be back too. J wants to get a passport so we can go to the Canadian Rainforest Cafe. There’s one on each border, and we already went to the Niagara Falls, USA one. Onto the Rainforest Cafe in Niagara Falls, Canada!
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