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In 1991 I initiated the Western New York Waterfall Survey. Its purpose is to catalog all of the falls in the western half of New York State.

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A view of the Lower Niagara River from Lewiston Heights, NY.

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A view of the City of Toronto, Ontario from Lewiston Heights, New York. Toronto is about 38 miles northwest of where the photo was taken from.

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Awesome. Great color, great texture. Really captures the rugged feeling of the canyon. Excellent! Love it!

Thanks Dave. Any waterfalls in West Hurley?

The falls is comprised of two distinct drops. The upper drop has a height of six feet and a crest width of 33 feet. The lower drop, which is caused by limestone boulders in the creek bed, is three feet high with a eight foot wide crest.

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Very nice photo of the Whirlpool and Niagara Gorge!

A low water view of the Whirlpool Rapids.

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What a great shot. I like that I can see the rocks under the water, also! Thanks for sharing! Doug Morgan

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