Fire Stream

Horsetail Firefall, Yosemite National Park, California

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The story

About 10 days per year, mid-late February right before sunset, if there has been enough snowfall recently and there’s no clouds – especially low around the western horizon – a magical game of lights and shadows happens right at the Horse Tail Falls in Yosemite for just about 5~10 minutes. The red sunset light only hits a small area in the granite walls that reflect right to where the waterfall is, making it appear as if it’s on fire. The image you see is 4 pane mosaic I captured on February 14, 2017 where you can also see the always impressive walls of El Capitan.

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