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At Letchworth State Park, NY, the Genesee River carves it’s way through the same limestone layers as Niagara Falls, but further east.
Pictured here are the gorge and Middle Falls.
The Upper Falls are in the background just in front of the railway bridge.
The Magpie River tumbled over this rock formation at full blast when I first saw these falls in 1962.
A dam and hydro development built since then just above the Falls has severely depleted water flow during the Summer.
The rock of Superior has distinctive character.
The raw awesome toughness of that part of the world is evident.
The colour and monochrome versions of the photograph are presented. Which is preferred is your choice. Each says different things.