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Photographer capture nature turning waterfall into blazing lava

Nature’s miracles never seize to amaze us plain mortals and one such marvel was witnessed at the Yosemite National Park during a particular time in last February when skies were clear, snow was on point and the light from the sunset was falling at a precise angle. What’s the miracle, you ask? When these prerequisites are met, nature transforms the waterfall at Horsetail Fall on the eastern edge of El Capitan into blazing lava falling from the cliff. This eye-tricking phenomenon is known as firefall and it lasts merely for 10 minutes but this otherworldly sight imprints in your mind and stays there forever. Check it out yourself!

 

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h/t: Travel + Leisure

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