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Niagara Falls appeared to be frozen during the incredibly low temperatures in New York State and Ontario, Canada this week, making for a special photo opportunity.
Visitors have been sharing images of how part of the popular attraction froze as winter worked its magic around the waterfall.
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A woman visiting on the Canada side shared how she experienced the area in a completely different way to how she did almost two decades ago.
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Speaking about the drastic difference to what it looks like in summer, Carole K captioned a series of pictures: '18.5 years after my first visit. That first day was probably about 20*C, yesterday felt like 35*C.'
One aerial shot showing the collection of three waterfalls on the Niagara River, reveals how it has been affected in way that might evoke memories of something out of Disney movie Frozen.
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Not only was water dripping over arches turned into large icicles but one image showed the entire stretch of water under one bridge featuring a coat of ice.
The white fluffy stuff could also be seen on trees and plants surrounding the American, Horseshoe and...
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