Category : Photos/Photography
— Kendall Harmon (@KendallHarmon6) February 23, 2017
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— Ken Bowman (@kenbowmanphoto) February 18, 2017
When the sun hits Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park at just the right angle, the falls light up as if on fire, attracting spectators from all over hoping to catch a glimpse of the phenomenon, CBS San Francisco reports.
Horsetail Fall is a small waterfall that flows over the eastern edge of El Capitan, the famous rock formation in Yosemite Valley.
For about two weeks in mid to late February, the setting sun creates a deep orange glow when it strikes the waterfall. That orange glow does not happen every year, as it depends on conditions like water flows, clouds and temperature.
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— World Watch Monitor (@wwmonitor) February 7, 2017
— Haggard Hawks Words (@HaggardHawks) February 2, 2017
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— History In Pictures (@HistoryInPix) January 18, 2017
This is just lovely!
(Christ Saint Paul’s, Yonges Island, South Carolina, 2016)
“Almighty God our Heavenly Father, whose only Son came down at Christmas to be the light of the world, grant as these trees are burned this Epiphany night, that your Holy Spirit would enable us to follow his example and bear witness to His light throughout the globe, through Jesus Christ our Lord, who with you and the Holy Spirit, lives and reign in glory everlasting. Amen.” (KSH)