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I am deeply delighted to see you here and guess today's article somehow will give most of you a lift, if not all.
It is an undeniable fact that it is not easy to sustain peak at all, however you must direct your mind to something you are pleased to read or see. In today's article, we bring you some rare amazing pictures to cheer you up especially those who are trap in bad mood. Not surprising to me because the world is full of unpleasant news.
To prove my point, just flip to the newspaper and you will able to see my point. To align your mind to a positive zone, please view the photos below.
Can anyone tell me where you can see this happen. Yup you are right and it happens at Yosemite National Park, California, USA. But have you ever seen this real fire waterfall? The chances of seeing this is very rare because to take that shot, you have to be very patient and go at the right time. To find the real reason, please continue to read this article.
The spectacular fire waterfall view is created by the reflection of sunlight hitting the falling water at that particular angle. I was made to understand that this rare sight can only be seen at a two week period towards the end of February. To capture this rare event, the photographers have to wait and observe patiently till this occurrence happened. The occurrence is very much dependent on two key natural phenomenons, as explained below, that take place at that particular moment of time. It is like fishing where patience is the key of the catch.
First we have the formation of the waterfall from the water flowing from the melting of the snow and ice at the top of the mountain. It usually melts between the month of December and January. By the end of February there might not have much snow left to melt.
Secondly is the timing of the sunray hitting the falling water where the sun must be in that particular spot in the sky to give that effect. However, this will only occur in the month of February and at the short hours of dusk. Sad to say that if it is a day full of clouds or something blocking the sun, you can only take pictures of your own sorry faces on the waterfall. It coincides with the weather in the National Park at that time of the year which is often volatile and unpredictable. Hence, it compounds the difficulty of getting these pictures.
Someone did the hard part and we all get to see it. Thanks for their great job. So now, you know how rare is its photo and hope you appreciate these photos to your satisfaction and fulfillment.
I am glad to inform you that the above park was gazetted as a national park in 1890. It is very famous for its rugged terrain, waterfall and the century-old pine trees. It covers about 1,200 square kilometers and the "fire" waterfall of El Capitan is considered as one of the most spectacular of all scenery.
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