I had no idea about the “Firefall” that occurs at El Capitan at this time of year.
“Firefall” occurs when the setting sun reflects off of Horsetail Falls at a certain angle, making the waterfall emit a fiery orange glow. It is highly dependent on environmental factors: If the skies are cloudy, that orange light will not hit the east side of El Capitan—the vertical rock formation where the falls are located— and the phenomenon won’t occur.
The pictures of this are just amazing.
Thursday February 21, 2019