I’m haunted by sunsets for the past two nights in my dreams. Perhaps it’s due to this obsession I’ve been having about wanting to take shots of sunrise/sunset at specific points on my route to work. Anyway, here’s some pretty orange in action. It’s called a “firefall”.
Due to a trick of the light, the orange liquid in the photos is actually water pouring over the side of the 2,000ft-high Horsetail Falls in Yosemite National Park, California.
For only a few days each year – normally around February – the elements are perfect for the last of the day’s sun rays to strike the waterfall, creating a magical luminance.
Source : dailymail.co.uk