Kim and I took a short trip to Niagara Falls in Canada, and had a great time. It was the first time I had ever left the USA, so that was especially cool for me. And we took hundreds of photos -- 384 to be exact, along with a few movies, and that was just the ones I took with my camera. Kim didn't take quite that many, but still a lot, which you can check out on her website. Fortunately for you, I picked out the "good" ones here and it's "only" about 100.
The Niagara river divides the USA from Canada at and around the Niagara Falls. (See this image and you'll get it.) The view from the Canadian side is way better though, because of the way the river bends. All these photos were taken from the Canadian (west) bank of the river.
And the Niagara Falls are actually two separate falls: the American Falls, and the Canadian Horseshoe Falls.
The first few photos here aren't so amazing, because although they are taken from a high vantage point beside the river, there are some trees partially blocking the view. But after that there are a bunch from the path that's right beside the river (beside, but vertically about 100 feet higher). And then, there are some photos taken from the Skylon Tower, which is a giant structure a few dozen stories tall overlooking the falls. There are some night photos from here, which are especially cool. Finally, there are some photos from just upstream of the falls, taken on the second day before driving home. We saw lots of ducks and seagulls and even a black squirrel near a pond up there.
On a technical note, the day was overcast so I was bracketing just about every auto-mode shot with an overexposed manual-mode shot. In many cases this worked well, but in some cases the whites are just blown out. Oh well -- just another reason to take another trip!