National Geographic : 1920 Sep
nouiograpul oy:rucat rva WHEN THE MOON LIGHTS THE DIAMOND HORSESHOE OF NIAGARA The falls of Niagara have been pictured to countless visitors in a thousand ways. Now stunning withimmensity, now charming with thewind-whipped wisps of slowly settling spray, now deafening with the stentorian voice of many waters, the wondrous spectacle ismany things tomany men. Jack Frost trans forms its moving mass into an inert glacial wall. But never is the eery grace of Niagara better shown thanwhen thewhite light ofthemoon touches with fairy phosphorescence the dark masses of rushing water.