Inglis Falls

By: Lesley

Apr 06 2011

Category: Owen Sound

8 Comments

Aperture:f/5
Focal Length:27.8mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

Where the Sydenham River meets the Niagara Escarpment in Owen Sound is the 18′ cascade Inglis Falls. Since the mid 1800s, a grist mill had been on the property. The mill was enlarged and improved and stayed in the Inglis family for almost 90 years. It was completely destroyed by a fire in 1945 and all that is left is the old house which is now an information centre and gift shop. Now the area is the Inglis Falls Conservation area with many trails and wonderful views of the falls over the limestone cliffs.

Participating in Watery Wednesday

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8 comments on “Inglis Falls”

  1. I love the foamy quality of flowing water.

  2. Hi Lesley, lovely capture! The snow and the water blended well together!

  3. i like the rushing water and snow and the textures in this photo. wonderful shot.

  4. Wow that really is beautiful and very cold looking. MB

  5. Wow, what an awesome capture!

  6. O what an amazing, dramatic sight of snow and rushing water! Great photo!

  7. Awesome beauty. This shot is out of this world. A fine capture.


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