There is just something about the land from fiction – be it the surreal beauty, or the feeling of magic flowing through the air – which just keeps us wishing if we could ever get a chance to breathe in that world. But what if I tell you to look no further?

As the Starks (GoT reference) have been saying, “Winter is Coming”, the winds of winter hit the American continent hard as they’re experiencing one of the chilliest winters with the mercury dropping more than 20 degrees below the zero.

But as much as winter sucks for us, it makes the nature bloom in the simplicity of its white veil. And to prove my point, per se, I present you the magnificent winter attire of none other than the Niagara Falls.

On the Canadian side, the mighty fall has turned into an icy wonderland. Take a look.

The Song of Ice and Fire (Sun)

The Song of Ice and Fire (Sun)

Winters make sure that we never leave the cozy warmth of a blanket in the comfort of our beds, but those who decided to step outside and visit the Niagara Falls were in for a special view.

Under the rainbow

Under the rainbow

The frozen falls is causing a huge spectacle among the tourists eager to catch a glimpse of the enchanting view.

Atlantis: The Lost (or, Frozen) Empire

Atlantis: The Lost (or, Frozen) Empire

Like, seriously, who wouldn’t give up their warm bed to catch these sights?

Beyond the Wall

Beyond the Wall

People admiring the beauty of the frozen waters down the fall.

The misty light

The misty light

The streetlamp and the railing covered in the hoarfrost.

The Western Air Temple

The Western Air Temple

This image reminds me of the air temple from Avatar: The Last Airbender

Narnia

Narnia

This image reminds me of the tyrant White Witch from the fiction series so close to our hearts.

Pumpkin the Hedgie

Pumpkin the Hedgie

Even the adorable tourist hedgehog couldn’t resist the view of the frozen wonderland.

This is just enchanting!

This is just enchanting!

Imagine this view with a cup of hot chocolate

Imagine this view with a cup of hot chocolate

Well, I’m all set to pack my bags (and bags and bags) of blankets and jumpers, and a camera for a trip to the frozen Niagara Falls. How about you?