Some pretty red flowers covered by the one of the season’s first snowfalls.
The previous day saw a huge storm so naturally, we went to the Scarborough Bluffs the next day for some photos. The snow was very deep and complete with a sheet of ice at the bottom. It made walking very difficult and we had to be super cautious. Naturally, that didn’t help and both my mom and I took a tumble and ended up with a face full of snow. Cue me holding my camera up not to get it wet! It was all worth it though!!
These are some of my favourite photos ever. I love Niagara Falls and have visited during every season, but nothing will ever beat this. In a rare deep freeze, the water down below froze solid. The ice covering the branches was a few centimetres deep. I honestly have never seen anything like it. It was like the ice storm in Toronto x10. It felt like something out of the movie Frozen. I’m sure these photos look cold enough, right? I can assure you it was so much colder in person. I was worried about my camera malfunctioning. The watery mist was no where to be found and in its place was a light sprinkling of snow. I was wearing mittens and while they kept my hands warm, I was constantly taking them off as operating my camera became difficult with them on. Which lead to my hands becoming beet red and numb. It was a process but would I do it all over again? Absolutely.