Yosemite’s ‘Firefall’ Spews Water Resembling Lava

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Vincent Zeng
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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Vincent Zeng
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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Chijan Lai
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 11, 2017)
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Yadira Q Valenzuela
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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Vincent Zeng
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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Vincent Zeng
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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ryan g./ryan.g.415 via Instagram
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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DuMarc Photography/dumarcphotography via Instagram
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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Luis Walton/loui_d_photography via Instagram
The annual winter phenomenon known as the firefall returns to Yosemite National Park. (Feb. 14, 2017)
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Sangeeta Dey/sangeetadeyphotography via Instagram
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Jason @jfernss via instagram
For about a week each year, the setting sun lines up perfectly to Horsetail Falls in Yosemite. If timed right with clear skies, the right temperature and flowing falls, the water will glow bright orange. (Feb. 16, 2017)
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@slickaclick_photography via instagram
Here is another angle of El Capitan thanks to getting lucky with weather and perfect conditions to witness this wonder. (Feb. 16, 2017)
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Dan Dunn @dtm_photo via instagram
I spent my Valentines Day in Yosemite doing what I do best.... making sweet, sweet love with my camera. (Feb. 16, 2017)
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