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Muskoka Falls: Ontario Waterfalls

Filed under: Ontario,Waterfalls — Tags: , — Harold Stiver @ 6:00 am
Muskoka Falls: Ontario Waterfalls

Muskoka Falls: Ontario Waterfalls

This falls is surrounded by bridges, large pipes and hydroelectric gear, but the sheer power of water moving through is awesome and makes this a falls you will want to see. Located in Bracebridge.

GPS Location: N 44º 8′ W 79º 18.15′

Muskoka Falls: Ontario Waterfalls

Muskoka Falls: Ontario Waterfalls

Warning: It can be dangerous to view and photograph waterfalls. The footing can be wet and slippery, and an accidental fall can result in serious injury or death. Note also that many sections of waterfalls are on private property. Please respect these rights.

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  2. I enjoy your photography very much. The waterfall shots are great. I especially like the one on the bottom. The diagonal line is terrific. I also think your cautionary note was a good idea. Sometimes any of us can get carried away with our subject and forget where we ‘are’ in time and space, to our peril. And, we can put others in jeopardy, too. I watched a photographer step right into oncoming traffic recently. He had his lens to is eye, walking forward toward a subject and seemed to have forgotten he was on the edge of a roadway. I’m not being critical, because I’ve nearly done it myself a couple of times. No one was hurt, just some jesturing and swearing from the vehicle driver.

    Comment by Robin Robinson — January 12, 2011 @ 8:49 am

  3. That first shot is spectacular. Can really feel the power of the water.

    Comment by Keith — January 12, 2011 @ 10:44 am

  4. Thanks Robin. It is easy to become distracted as you say. As a matter of fact I slipped at this sight and came down on a rock, separating a rib in the process.

    Comment by Harold — January 20, 2011 @ 11:39 pm

  5. Thanks Keith, one of the most powerful elements doesn’t show in an image and that is the tremendous roaring sound.

    Comment by Harold — January 20, 2011 @ 11:40 pm

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