Las Temperaturas Congelantes Hacen De Niagara Falls Un Verdadero Paraiso Invernal

January 25, 2019

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El noreste de Estados Unidos ha estado pasando por temperaturas congelantes y fuertes nevadas este pasado fin de semana. 

Y aunque esto suena como la receta perfecta para arruinar tus planes turísticos... para otros fue la oportunidad perfecta para ser valientes e ir a uno de los lugares turísticos más populares del mundo, Niagara Falls. 

Aquí están las imágenes del verdadero "Winter Wonderland" que se ha convertido este hermoso lugar.

I personally believe that Niagara Falls is the most beautiful during the winter time. Everything is completely frozen. Oh and I’m heading back to Iceland to chase the northern lights in less than 2 weeks with @bretblakelyphotography and @djanker!! . . . . . . . . #modernoutdoors #eclectic_shotz #adventurethatislife #niagarafalls #hashtagstepoutbuffalo #travelbuf #onebuffalo #buffalo #buffalony #earth_shotz #eclectic_shotz #wayfarecollective #modernoutdoors #exploretocreate #welivetoexplore #iloveny #nystateparks #canada #tourcanada #parkscanada #folkgreen #folkscenery #wildernesstones #goneoutdoors #thevisualcollective #scenicny

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The sun came out for only 15 minutes. Just to make this experience even more memorable I guess. I froze my butt off with -25 Celcius -- #winter #waterfalls #cold #unforgettable #canada-- #businesstrip #bookingcom

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Journey Behind the Falls | Photograph by Jose Marvin Ramos Evasco (@marvinevasco) . “This image was taken few minutes before sunrise at Niagara Falls, Ontario. I have been visiting this place almost every winter to capture its stunning view and icy waterfalls,” writes #YourShotPhotographer Jose Marvin Ramos Evasco. “This day was one of the worst weather conditions I have ever experienced in winter photography. A -25C temperature greeted us that morning. A very challenging experience, but in the end, I am still able to capture the beauty of this iconic waterfall.” This photo was submitted to our “For Your Shot Instagram” assignment. Go to the link in our profile to participate and for your chance to be featured on @natgeoyourshot. — “From #YourShotPhotographer Stephanie Thomson: "This is amazing Jose! It almost doesn't look real; the building looks like a miniature on some sort of set against the large waterfall and massive amounts of snow. It's an amazing perspective! Hands off to you for braving the cold. it was worth it!" — @natgeoyourshot Producer David Y. Lee

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Fully embraced the snow day w/ my bf Michael Cera. Sorry, he doesn’t have insta, so you’ll have to believe me

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Filming amazing things like this even with a cell phone is amazing -- J.nicolas Molinari @j.nicolasmolinari @molinarifilms #canada #niagarafalls #niagara #travel #travelersnotebook #travelersnotebook #filmmaking #filmdirector #lifestyleblogger #frozenfalls #

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A slice of heaven on earth. -- Niagara Falls #Ontario -- ⬇ PHOTO OF THE DAY--Jan--17--2019-- _____________________________________________ -- Location: #niagarafalls #niagaraparks ⭐ Photos credit by--@rcavalleri-- ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ ⓒ ⓞ ⓝ ⓖ ⓡ ⓐ ⓣ ⓤ ⓛ ⓐ ⓣ ⓘ ⓞ ⓝ ⓢ follow @livelovecanada Tag #livelovecanada . -- #breathtaking #falls #discoveron #banff #explorebc #explorecanada #canada #montreal #quebec #edmonton #ottawa #calgary #novascotia #6ix #mississauga #winnipeg #usa #saskatchewan #yukon #pei #yyc #beautifuldestinations #nyc #streetsoftoronto #britishcolumbia #alberta

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