This photo was taken back in March with my drone flying out over toward the city to give you a bird’s eye view of the Devil’s Punch Bowl. Submitted by Dan Copeland.
“A warm spell brought lots of hikers out on Family Day”, writes Jim Smith. “Tiffany Falls was dressed in blue and orange giant icicles for the occasion”.
This is Buttermilk Falls in Hamilton, Ontario from behind the ice cave looking toward the sky. Submitted by Percy Jollymore.
Doug Holder captured beautiful Tiffany Falls on a lovely Valentine’s Day.
“A very warm February day was perfect for a visit to several Hamilton area waterfalls, including Tews Falls”, writes Janet McNally of Burlington. Hamiltonians are fortunate to have so many falls right at their fingertips.
The falls at the Devil’s Punchbowl are quite spectacular anytime of the year, even after this recent cold spell! Submitted by George Johnson.
Albion Falls was illuminated on November 22, 2015 by The City of Waterfalls in the colours of the French flag to show our support of the victims of the tragedy in Paris, France. Submitted by Jay Poel.
Albion Falls looked beautiful before sunset, despite the chilly weather. Submitted by Susan Camposilvan.
Albion Falls looked quite magical last month, coming alive with brilliant colours! What an amazing illumination! Thank you City of Waterfalls! Submitted by Joann Fougere.
Beautiful Albion Falls is located within walking distance of Buttermilk Falls and Little Davis Falls, on the East Mountain in King’s Forest Park, Red Hill Valley. Submitted by Michael Hunter.