Friday, October 23, 2009

Canadian waterfalls


Orlando, Florida: A waterfalls at Epcot's Canada pavilion. I wonder if Canadians if this is somehow familiar to Canadians or if it's just a generic Canadian waterfalls?

12 comments:

siva // ശിവ said...

Wow! great work....

Nefertiti,deesse NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton said...

je me suis permise de vous mettre dans mon defit du net

http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/2009/10/prix-du-blog-creatif-decerne-par-hpy.html

bon w end

cieldequimper said...

Waterfalls always have me gaping, even when they are artificial!

brattcat said...

Hahaha. I've just read a fun children's book called The Postcard by Tony Abbott. There's a lot of talk in it about the old Florida attractions, some that are gone, some that remain after decades. This looks like one of the keepers.

Nefertiti,deesse NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton said...

you have to make the challenge of the Net

Cezar and Léia said...

I don't really get what is so Canadian about this waterfall. Maybe if it was maple syrup fall... :) Anyway, it's beautiful!
God bless you!
Cezar

Jacob said...

@ Cezar - It's "Canadian" because it's located at the Canada Pavilion in the Epcot Center in Orlando, which is designed to look like a piece of Canada. And it's Canadian because the Disney poohbahs say so! Heh. Heh.

I thought, however, it might resemble one of Canada's more significant waterfalls.

Have a great weekend.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Amazing, great capture of a super scene, it looks so real! Nice job. (I mean it doesn't look man made and probably that's at least partly due to your skills in framing.)

~Cheryl said...

If nothing else, it's a beautiful, refreshing waterfall! I searched waterfalls in Canada and found many gorgeous ones....then had to remember WHY I was even doing this search. I'm so easily distracted!

Chris said...

Beautiful shot Jacob... I love the color of the rocks! Gorgeous! Thanks for your nice message on my blog and your fidelity!

Jacob said...

@ Nefertiti - I don't understand. What do you mean by "challenge of the net"?

And, I apologize for my very, very poor French!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It doesn't look like I any falls that I know of in Ontario but does remind me of the Canadian Rockies. Nice shot!