PHOTO: Yosemite lights up with annual firefall display. (Photo via Flickr/Tony Baier)
Like something out of a fantasy novel, the grandeur of Yosemite gets a boost with the splendor that is its firefall.
So named because it looks like a waterfall made of fire. CNN explains that the fortunate few who make their way to Yosemite National Park during the month of February can capture a brilliant display that comes thanks to sunlight, reflecting water and, possibly, nearby wizards that bring it all together.
Of course, you will have to make your way into a decent spot to see Horsetail Fall, which is truly beautiful throughout the year.
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As CNN notes, the park is happy to help you out if this is on your iconic park bucket list with a page dedicated to its wondrous waterfalls.
Now don’t forget your tripod.