Some of the most surreal places we will visit will be waterfalls. The murmur, the flor, the froth and the joy remains unparalleled. But what happens when fire falls as would water, in emblazing orange streams?
The Yosemite National Park is famous for many rhingsz but the peculiar and race Yosemite Firefall phenomenon steals the limelight.vWhile it appears as if fire is falling along with water, this unique occurance can be explained very easily.
In mid to late February, backlit by sunset, the “horsefall” glows orange and red, deceiving spectators. Truly rare, the Firefall can only be viewed for a select number of days each year, and requires a large amount of luck because of its need for clear skies.
As difficult as it is to witness the Yosemite Firefall, experience the perfect occurance and nature’s wonder through these videos:
Exceptionally beautiful, isn’t it?
Please note that this natural Firefall is different from the man-causee Firefall phenomenon that continues for nearly a century in Yosemite.