Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park is experiencing “firefall” ! The phenomenon, which is only expected to last a few more days, happens in late February when the conditions line up perfectly — i.e., enough flowing water from snowfall, clear skies, and the sun setting at a specific angle — all of which illuminate the waterfall with a beautiful orange glow. Photographer @erubes1 describes his experience while capturing the event, “Yesterday was a day I’ll never forget. We played in the park all day and then watched in awe as Horsetail Fall became illuminated by the last of the day’s sunlight. Firefall definitely lived up to its name.”
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located in Yosemite National Park in California,

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Source: @erubes1

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