Thursday, August 1, 2013
This is one of the most amazing videos of Niagara Falls that you will ever see! No, wait, I mean it, you have never seen the likes of this. It is not your regular tourist or news reel film.
How is this related to the St. Lawrence River? According to the Niagara Parks website, water from Niagara Falls flows eventually through the St. Lawrence River, i.e., through the 1000 Islands:
The water flows from streams and rivers that empty into the Great Lakes, from Lake Superior down through Niagara to Lake Ontario, then into the St. Lawrence River to the Atlantic Ocean. Water always flows down to the sea, and the land slopes downward through the Great Lakes Basin from west to east, but the Niagara River actually flows north.
Posted by Bob Mondore at 8/01/2013