Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Close up of eighteen-meter high Inglis Falls, clad in ice, as it descends the steep slopes of the Niagra Escarpment near Owen Sound, Canada, before draining into the Georgian Bay. The escarpment is a 1,200 kilometer-long plateau that reaches a height of more than 500 meters over the surrounding land and Great Lakes. The Inglis is one of hundreds of falls, along with the renowned Niagara Falls, that have helped sculpt the escarpment.

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Keywords: bruce peninsula, canada, drainage, erosion, escarpment, formation, frozen, geography, geology, georgian bay, great lakes, ice, lake, lake huron, land form, landform, landscape, nature, niagara, ontario, owen sound, plateau, river, snow, uplift, water, water fall, waterfalls, winter

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Inglis Falls in winter

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