Niagara Falls Look Like They're From a Disney Film Right Now

Frozen's Elsa would definitely live in Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls is currently a legit winter wonderland, and I CANNOT HANDLE IT. The Instas coming out of the border town are making me so jealous and I can't hang. I'm about to hop on a plan just to get a few photos, but then I remember that it's 70-degrees in Los Angeles today and I'm feeling zero pain.

Anyway, let's drool over Elsa's new home:

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A Frozen Paradise ❄️❄️❄️

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10 degrees Fahrenheit makes for some really cool ice around Niagara Falls

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Fire and ice

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Tag a friend if this is on their bucket list , The beautiful Niagara Falls snow covered #photography #canada #niagarafalls #niagara #filmphotography #film #filmmaking #photographer #r #waterfall #explore #explorecanada #travelphotography #travelcanada

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Nature you scary #niagrafalls

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Though known for its hundreds of acres of lush terrain and trails conducive to hiking, Niagara Falls State Park boasts equally stunning views even as temperatures drop and crowds thin. Right now, the Falls are completely coated in ice — and absolutely jaw-dropping. More than 3,000 tons of water flows over the Falls every second. Sometimes the ice over the Niagara River at the base of the falls gets so thick that people have been known to build concession stands across it or walk back and forth between the U.S. and Canada. Photos by Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press via AP

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Falling for you, Niagara. ❄️

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One last photo from my recent visit at Niagara Falls. It’s a place I enjoyed visiting, I went under the Falls, spent time with the butterflies and visited the indoor flower garden while of course walking along the seawall of the falls! I’m always looking for something different to capture and this is the one shot I preferred The 3 elements of Ice Water and the Sun completed the composition. Hope you like it. 😀 @niagaraparks #niagaraparks #explorecanada #discoveron #cbcottawa #tripmasterstravel

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And now, in color:

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