This post is for Joyful Reflections who spends a good part of her life with her husband chasing waterfalls in the Southern U.S. This post is also for all others who find waterfalls intriguing, frightening, awe inspiring, and breathtaking. This is for those who are amazed that rushing water can wear away entire mountains with patience and tenacity in the blink of an eon and create a dashing river on the plains, for those who can watch forever dancing water falling happily and relentlessly to the sea, and for those of us who worry about what this will mean when this all comes to a terrifying end as the glaciers melt.
There are hundreds (thousands?) of waterfalls in Canada. In the east the most famous is Niagara, of course. In the west, Canadian Rockies have many junior cousins just as interesting. For those of you content to live vicariously through my blog, make some tea and then listen to the water splashing, roaring and laughing in Canada in the photos below. (No I did not set the camera to stop-blur the water...should really do that sometime. And I didn't keep track of the names except for Troll falls...which I failed to show below!)