A recent short clip of Niagara waterfall has caught much attention of thousands of viewers. Magical pictures of the waterfall like it is painted by Nature which actually lit up by spectacular neon light show.
The cascading water curtain of water looks absolutely amazing at night. The whole night sky is lit up thanks to the picturesque waterfall with the spray glowing bright pink, blue and yellow. Two color tones: dark and light have created a great illusion in which tourists feel like they are visiting a utopia destiny.
Travelers can spend hours to take extraordinary picture of the annual lightshow at the Niagara waterfall.
Niagara waterfalls is a collective name for three waterfalls that straddle the international border between Canadian province of Ontario and the American state of New York. Niagara fall is famous for its beauty and invaluable source of hydroelectric power. The water of Niagara river is used by a combined Canadian/ American population for a wide range of purposes: drinking water, recreation, fishing, industrial water supply… Therefore, Niagara waterfall plays an important role in tourism as well as people’s daily lives.
Pink passion: the vibrant colors make the water look like silk and the spray like clouds of light.
The natural wonder of the waterfall is emphasized by the astonishing display.
If you keen on or have intention of visiting waterfalls, you can follow the lists of the most spectacular waterfalls in the world below:
Jog Fall (India)
Deep in the state of Karnataka lies the majestic Jog (or Joga) Falls, also known as the second steepest waterfall in all of India. At a towering 830 ft (253 meters), the falls offer commanding views of the downrush over an impressively lush Indian landscape. So, basically, if you’re a waterfall junkie traveling through India, Jog Falls should be on your list.
Sutherland Falls, New Zealand
Though Sutherland Falls has been hiked to since 1890, many trekkers still marvel at the remote, off-the-beaten path quality of the hike through the Milford Track, particularly in New Zealand winter, which is considered the low season and known for patches of unpredictable weather.
Gullfoss Falls, Iceland
Somewhere on the might Olfusa River rushesGullfoss Falls, Iceland
’s most iconic waterfall and a true indication of the natural, ice-toned beauty to be found throughout the country. Most often viewed from above, Gullfoss offers a dramatic sight: it appears as though the water rushing off the cliff is simply vanishing into thin air. Though so powerful it was once thought of as a source for power generation, the cascade is just 104 ft (32 metres). But don’t let the numbers fool you, the sheer force of the rushing water is what makes Gullfoss a touristic must-see. Yosemite Falls, California, USAFew have experienced the impressive beauty of California’s Yosemite National Park and not emerged in awe. And fewer still have noted the grace and the grandeur of Yosemite’s truly towering falls (they clock in at a gasping 2,425 ft or 740 m) and not returned home singing their praises. Yosemite Falls is, plainly put, absolutely massive and absolutely beautiful.
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