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Magpie Falls for Straight Out Of the Camera Sunday

My husband and I took a side trip during our vacation to Wawa, Ontario.  If you have ever been to Wawa they have a huge Canada Goose at the Tourist Centre and you can take your picture standing under it.  We did that but you don't want to see that.   I took this photo of Magpie High Falls just outside Wawa.  It was quite impressive.

The sign explains it all.  This waterfall can be magestic one minute and nothing another if the hydro company decides to change the flow.

Join Jan, our host at Straight of the Camera Sunday at Murrieta365.com.  Hope you are enjoying your weekend.  Valerie

Comments

Nancy E said…
Love the blue sky background in this beautiful shot! Very nice.
Jan said…
I've never been to Wawa, but I love your photos. The warning sign is very clear about the danger.
Crafty Gardener said…
Magpie Falls looks like a lovely place to visit. We been past Wawa but never stopped there.
Wow, that sign is impressive. Great shot of the falls Val. Take care. Jen
Rosey said…
The danger makes it even more enticing. I hope it stays beautiful forever!
Good SOTC.
Sheri said…
Love your photo!!
Ashley Sisk said…
Great shots and thanks for visiting today. It's always helpful to have clear and direct signs to prevent bad things from happening.
teresa said…
So pretty. great shot!
Suzy said…
I love waterfalls of all kinds! Interesting how it can change so quickly. It must be something to be there when that happens.
Betty Jo said…
What a beautiful waterfall, and photo. Terrific capture!
EG Wow said…
I was in Wawa a long, long time ago and remember the goose...but not these lovely falls. I hope you had a wonderful time!
Dimple said…
I spent most of a summer in southern Ontario when I was young and wild, but I didn't see much of the countryside. This waterfall is beautiful! The warning sign is appropriate and clear, I would certainly stand back!
Thanks for showing some of your world and visiting my blog; I hope you will return sometime.
BTW, I read the post about your morning walk, I had no idea there were so many varieties of clematis! Your arty shot is very good, as well.
Blessings!
Jan n Jer said…
Wow, very impressive.
Karen said…
Love the waterfall, how majestic! I would have liked to see the picture of you and your husband and the goose, too!
Lynn said…
Gorgeous! Sitting here in Texas' hot n dry August makes one long for any reminder of cool, flowing water.
bfarr said…
The dramatic power of water. Very nice shot.
Ewa said…
great photo, but when you look at beauty like that you have to remember about danger it can bring
Anonymous said…
The first shot is awesome!
So interesting that the falls can be manipulated as the sign shows.
I have to confess Val, I didn't read your whole title and had to look again because I was trying to find a magpie somewhere. :-)
Judith
What beautiful location. Amazing shot.
maryt/theteach said…
Love your post for SOOC Sunday. And your Mosaic Monday post too! :)
lisaschaos said…
Wow! I guess you have to be very careful then. I love your shot! So pretty!
eileeninmd said…
Beautiful waterfalls!

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