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    Fantastic Waterfall 'on Fire' in Yosemite National Park

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    Every year in the last two weeks of February, Horsetail Falls in Yosemite National Park, California, US, flickers red, orange and yellow colors when the sun sets. Take a look at this mesmerizing phenomenon.

    We’ve seen waterfalls and “sandfalls,” now here’s a “firefall”! Horsetail Falls looks like a waterfall of lava, because just the right angle of the sun rays hit the water during sunset. It is a seasonal waterfall, Horsetail Falls flows in the winter and early spring, fed by rains and melting snow.


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