Sun Causes Yosemite Waterfall to Look Like Lava

Sam Champion on why a February sunset causes photographers to flock to Yosemite.
0:29 | 02/20/12

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Here's a picture they'll make you think twice take a look at this shot. The look of the top Yosemite National Park is that a lava flow. Thank you somebody it's not it's actually in only happens maybe once or twice a year get the opportunity when -- the lesser known waterfalls and Yosemite -- horse -- falls. And this is like -- light. Reflecting from the sunset that makes it look like that entire line is on fire photographers wait. For this time it's only the last two weeks or about two weeks in February where the light is the right position on this -- usual waterfall and the -- doesn't even flow all year.

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