There are hidden treasures in Southern Ontario that even long-time residents are not even aware of. For most people, the only waterfall they know about is the mighty Niagara Falls. There are, however, other waterfalls spread throughout the Niagara Escarpment, such as this one.
Niagara Escarpment has several Falls other than the famous Niagara Falls, albeit smaller, quieter, and less touristic.
Not far from the reconstructed Iroquoian village in Campbellville, Ontario lies a rare meromictic lake, with its surrounding boardwalk called Crawford Lake, named after the Crawford family who lived there.
The famous Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia at night.
As I stood on the seashore one afternoon to do long exposure photography, I was faced with a choice: to make the water very smooth (ethereal) or capture the waves as they break through the rocks and recede. I chose the latter and I think I succeeded. What do you think?