Here is another photographer’s entries to our first photo contest. They were taken by Art Weaver on the Niagara Peninsula.
Art writes “I took this picture of the Niagara River while hiking in the Niagara Glen early fall. The Glen is located half way between Queenston and the Whirlpool. Approximately 10,500 years ago the progress of the Falls were stalled at the Glen for 5,500 years due to a reduction in glacial water flow.”
“I took this picture of the roaring spring runoff of 20 Mile Creek while hiking along the Bruce Trail east of Balls Falls in April. The large fluffy snowflakes were a very pleasant surprise,” notes Art.
Art explains this photo: “I took this picture of the breathtaking ‘step falls’ while hiking in Shorthills Provincial Park. We call them ‘step’ falls but they are actually the lower Swayze Falls and clearly show the stratified limestone of the Niagara Escarpment. This is one of my favorite spots in the Niagara Peninsula.”
There is still time to enter our first photo contest! See this page for details.