Even though I have lived in Mississauga and Toronto for my entire life, I have actually never personally visited any of the waterfalls in Hamilton, just an hour's drive away. Hamilton is known in Ontario as the city of waterfalls, because there are over a hundred waterfalls of all sizes throughout the region. I met a gentleman at a photo walk in Toronto that let me know about a hike to Tews Falls that he would be leading the next week. I'm so glad I attended!
I brought both my Nikon D700 and my Fujifilm X100s along with me, but I only brought a GorillaPod SLR Zoom, which doesn't quite have the stability to hold the larger Nikon with a lens mounted - yes, I've tried. So I ended up using the X100s for pretty much all of the shots, and I'm glad I did. Here's the results.
Oh, and funny story about the last photo in this set... See all those angled rocks on the left hand side? Shortly after taking that image, I went across there to get a closer shot, and ended up slipping on a slippery part of the rock, and submerging half my body in the water. Somehow, I managed to keep both my iPhone (which was in my left front pocket) and my X100s (in my hand) out of the water completely. I suffered a nice gash on my right hand from reaching over and grabbing onto the jagged rock edges, and a couple of scrapes on my knees, left shin, and left elbow... I would have continued to take the shot, but the blood pouring out of my hand was enough to get me to turn back.