Amazing natural wonder – Fire Waterfall


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In the light of setting sun, 2,000 feet (about 609 m) high waterfall flashing orange light like volcanic lava, was gushing down along the cliff, this is one of the rare natural wonders – the "Fire Falls."

Of course, this isn’t the magma of volcanic eruption or any flaming material. It’s just an optical effect that particular angle of sunlight irradiates the waterfall.

Sierra Nevada’s Horsetail Fall, located in California’s Yosemite National Park, the total height of more than 2,000 feet (609.6 meters), waters pouring down from nearly 500 feet (152 meters) high. The fire waterfall on El Capitan is one of the most famous landscapes in the Park.

Photographer: Armand Williams

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