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This isn't lava, It's the sun setting on Horsetail Fall in Yosemite National Park, creating a stunning Firefall

Yosemitie's natural firefall at Horsetail Fall (not to be confused with the man-made firefall that was ended in the 1960s)

Spectacular photos show Firefall phenomenon returning to Yosemite

The phenomenon appears when the angle of the setting sun sets the waterfall ablaze with reds and oranges, like a fire was falling down the cliffs on the shoulder of .The phenomenon is typically the most stunning during middle to late February.

"Yosemite Firefall"  Toward the end of February the setting sun backlights water falling from Horsetail Falls, high above Yosemite Valley.

Yosemite Firefall - Toward the end of February the setting sun backlights water falling from Horsetail Falls, high above Yosemite Valley.

In Yosemite National Park, California a waterfall glows red like lava annually if the weather conditions are right.    Horsetail Falls can be seen from glowing, picture from along the Merced River off Southside Drive, at sunset every February.

In pictures: The waterfall that glows like fire

In Yosemite National Park, California a waterfall glows red like lava annually if the weather conditions are right. Horsetail Falls can be seen from glowing, picture from along the Merced River off Southside Drive, at sunset every February.

Horse and Man - Exploring the bond between equines and their people.

Every year, for only a few days, this American waterfall bursts into a fiery glow. And it's happening next month!

Yosemite National Park stargazing

stars over Yosemite. Day Genesis And God said Let there be lights in heavens to divide the day from the night and to give light upon the earth; God made 2 lights, the greater for the day and lesser light to rule the night and he made the stars also.

A colossal Cumulonimbus flashes over the Pacific Ocean as we circle around it at 37000 feet en route to South America

A colossal Cumulonimbus flashes over the Pacific Ocean as we circle around it at 37000 feet en route to South America

Firefall in Yosemite. It's not a fire. It's the sun reflecting on a waterfall. Archanjm posted this on Instagram

Yosemite 'firefall' has hikers transfixed

No, that is not lava flowing over a cliff. The illusion of fire falling over Horsetail Falls in Yosemite National Park is a yearly phenomenon. People call it the "firefall," and it is a completely .

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Hohenzollern Castle in the sky of Germany's breathtaking scenery.

12 things you absolutely can't miss in Yosemite -- this list has it all!  Hikes, lakes, and viewpoints for every visitor to Yosemite National Park.  Don't travel without this list (written by a former park ranger)!

12 Things You Can't Miss On Your First Visit to Yosemite

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