Niagara Falls in Motion

Niagara Falls in Motion is a wonderful time-lapse photography, shot over 3 nights in by Matthew Wartman (the video clip is made even more wonderful with The Winner Is, music by Mychael Danna and DeVotchKa)

Matthew sure likes doing time-lapse photography - check out his other works here (don't miss the minute-long Morningstar Timelapse)

From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by Christophe.

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Both the Canadian and American sides each have their own unique charms. This entire video was shot from the Canadian side, which is somewhat brash, touristy and fun in a carnival sense. The American side is much more natural and park-like, where you can see the spectacle with less man-made development. The lights are indeed projected from Canada and usually get turned off around midnight or so. While they are a bit tacky, they are completely necessary... without them, you can't see a thing and can only appreciate the sound.

This is a wonderful video. Loved every moment of it. Makes me miss 'home' almost to the point of tears.
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I mean 'why can't people wait until daylight. Actually see IT rather than the Canadian/American lights? Any lights really. I prefer the sun, is there any way of me seeing the sun?
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