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I've been to Yosemite before... But I haven't seen the Horsetail Falls in Yosemite Valley, California. For sure need to go again soon! :)

Horsetail Falls in Yosemite Valley is selectively backlit by the setting sun.“This was an amazing spectacle to witness. Happening only 2 weeks out of the year, the setting sun falls behind the vertical face of El Capitan, selectively lighting this waterfa

Horsetail Falls, Yosemite National Park. The sun catches El Capitan’s Horsetail Falls on fire every night for a couple of weeks in February.

In mid-February -- i. right now -- an incredible optical illusion of Nature occurs in Yosemite National Park: Horsetail Fall, one of th.

Yosemite Valley, California

Yosemite Valley, California, USA We are so lucky to live only 3 hours away. We love the park in the winter, less crowds and beautiful covered in snow.

Glacier Point, Yosemit-e firefall which occurs mid-February in a flash at sunset

Horsetail Fall in California flows only in winter and spring. Most days in fall it flows its regular color. But every February, just for a couple of days, this fall turns into the fire. Lit by the sun, Horsetail Fall reflects orange and red rays.

Horsetail Falls, Yosemite, USA. The original known photo was taken by Galen Rowell some time ago

Natural Yosemite 'Firefall' at Horsetail Fall . "Every year for a few days in the month of February, the sun’s angle is such that it lights up Horsetail Falls in Yosemite as if it were on fire.

Yosemite National Park Lavafall

Rare light effect called lava falls that happens rarely at Horse Tail Falls Yosemite National Park

Horsetail Falls, Yosemite National Park

Beautiful Waterfalls in California-USA - Horsetail Falls, Yosemite National Park, CA.-USA <-This is a lie. We all know those are the fire falls and only ancient kings drink from them.

Yosemite Firefall-a fond childhood memory

El Capitan waterfall, Yosemite National Park, CA. The spectacular view of the waterfall is created by the reflection of sunlight hitting the falling water at a specific angle. This rare sight can only be seen during a period towards the end of February.