Freezing cold temperatures have caused large ice formations to gather along Niagara Falls. While not quite completely frozen, gargantuan icicles and snow banks decorate the world-renowned tourist attraction in a wondrous fashion. Even when you watch the water flow over the edge, you can glimpse large fragments of ice being carried along with the flow. The last recorded date of the mighty Niagara Falls being thwarted was in 1848.
Niagara Falls draped in snow and ice
Even the Americans are feeling the chill
Gargantuan icicles can be found along the Niagara Falls
You can even see large amounts of ice flowing over the edge
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