I’d love to be in California at Yosemite right now. Once a year at Horsetail Falls, the earth and sun align so it looks like lava is flowing from the falls instead of water. The phenomenon only lasts for a few minutes and visitors can only experience this during 2 weeks in February.
Galen Rowell was the first photographer to capture this beautiful image in color in 1973.
Galen Rowell, Last Light on Horsetail Fall
Yosemite, California, 1973
Scott Gediman of the Yosemite National Park Service/AP
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