Niagara falls are a scenic and beautiful places among the world to visit any time of year. However, because of the winter condition of North America, it has turned into a more truly  breathtaking sight. While the storm has caused chaos in some areas and affected the New Year’s plans of millions, one upside to the big chill is the raw beauty of nature. Many areas of the falls have frozen, forming huge, elaborately shaped ice formations dangling precariously on the rocks, giving the impression of a Narnia-like winter fantasy land.

1. Horseshoe Falls

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Horseshoe Falls, is one the largest waterfall in Niagara, is covered with snow and ice forming a beautiful winter fantasy land.

2.  Simply Breathtaking Views

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The above scenery occurs only when the temperature drops below freezing for a good number of days.

3. The Beauty Of Nature

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This photo is a perfect example that nature cannot be controlled however only it can itself.

4. Lamp Decorated With cotton

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The decoration of ice on the lamp seems to a decoration of cotton making a beautiful attraction for people. Turn to next page for more picture of Niagara fall

5. Way to the Heaven

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10 degrees Fahrenheit makes for some really cool ice around Niagara Falls.

6. A Frozen Paradise

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Paradise covered in ice attracting people from all around the world and making them fall in love with it. Stay tuned for more beautiful picture of frozen Niagara fall. Turn next for more.

7. Fire and Ice

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The Heat from the Sun vaporising the water forming a beautiful and a dense fog making a picture-perfect place for photography.

8. Ice Water And The Sun

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The combination of ice water and sun has been nicely captured in the photo. Turn to next page for more beautiful picture. Turn next for more breathtaking views.

9. Completely Coated In Ice

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The above picture is a good example of natural beauty at its best.

10. Frozen Niagara Falls

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Niagara Falls basically looks like Narnia right now. It’s around 10 degrees Fahrenheit on the Canadian side of the falls.

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