Each February, if conditions allow the seasonal Horsetail waterfall in Yosemite National Park in California to flow, the waterfall appears to be set ablaze by the setting sun. And it’s simply breathtaking!
Jay Huang via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
The event is known as the firefall (apparently as homage to Yosemite Firefall). This photo was posted by Jay Huang on Flickr (CC BY 2.0). Thank you for sharing, Jay!
While looking through my photos for the last snowfalls in recent years, I ran into this striking April sunset from a few years ago:
The little pond is just down the street from us. I quite like living in the woods! 🙂
Last month, Husband and I carved time for a mini-getaway to visit the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The mountain views were amazing! Here’s Crawford Notch valley seen from the summit of Mt. Willard.
And, of course, what rings in my mind is “Mountains, Gandalf!” 😀
Italian photographer Lorenzo Montezemolo took this shot of fog slowly rolling over the landscape in Marin County, California:
Fog fingers, Marin County, California. Lorenzo Montezemolo.
The view is from Mt. Tamalpais. Montezemolo used a three-minute exposure for stunning effect. Breathtakingly beautiful.
Found via Colossal.
P.S. Tomorrow I’m having a follow-up round of medical diagnostics. I’d appreciate good thoughts my way.
Sky with gorgeous clouds:
Today I’m having some medical diagnostics done, and I’m a little anxious. Hope you enjoy your day, though.