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Você pode estar pensando alguma coisa, mas...está enganado. Parece lava escorrendo por um desfiladeiro no Parque Nacional de Yosemite, na Califórnia (EUA). Só parece. A verdade é que este fenômeno luminoso, que acontece todo ano, é chamado de "queda de fogo", e ocorre quando os raios de sol atinge a queda d'água em algum determinado ângulo.

Fenômeno que reproduz falsa lava chama atenção de fotógrafos nos EUA

Você pode estar pensando alguma coisa, mas...está enganado. Parece lava escorrendo por um desfiladeiro no Parque Nacional de Yosemite, na Califórnia (EUA). Só parece. A verdade é que este fenômeno luminoso, que acontece todo ano, é chamado de "queda de fogo", e ocorre quando os raios de sol atinge a queda d'água em algum determinado ângulo.

Firefall in Yosemite "The Horsetail Fall phenomenon appears when the angle of the setting sun sets the waterfall ablaze with reds and oranges, like a fire was falling down the cliffs on the shoulder of El Capitan."

Yosemite 'firefall' has hikers transfixed

Firefall in Yosemite "The Horsetail Fall phenomenon appears when the angle of the setting sun sets the waterfall ablaze with reds and oranges, like a fire was falling down the cliffs on the shoulder of El Capitan."

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Yosemite Firefall Photography Tips - Travel Caffeine

Yosemite Firefall Photography Tips

Yosemite Firefall Photography Tips - Travel Caffeine

Coyote Atelier travel inspiration: Yosemite Falls by Cody Smith Hasselblad 500c/m 80mm T* f/2.8 Kodak Ektar 100

Coyote Atelier travel inspiration: Yosemite Falls by Cody Smith Hasselblad 500c/m 80mm T* f/2.8 Kodak Ektar 100

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The red road to Uluru in Australia - if you've ever wanted to do a trip, check our luxury tours and benchmark tours that take in Uluru http://kirkhopeaviation.com.au

Photographers around the world flocked to Yosemite National Park in California this week to catch the incredible natural phenomenon known as Firefall. This photo, taken on Valentines Day shows a subtle heart shape caused by the mist of Horsetail Falls

Spectacular photos show Firefall phenomenon returning to Yosemite

Photographers around the world flocked to Yosemite National Park in California this week to catch the incredible natural phenomenon known as Firefall. This photo, taken on Valentines Day shows a subtle heart shape caused by the mist of Horsetail Falls

For a short time in February - if the conditions are perfect - Horsetail Fall at Yosemite National Park in California looks like lava falling down the side of El Capitan

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For a short time in February - if the conditions are perfect - Horsetail Fall at Yosemite National Park in California looks like lava falling down the side of El Capitan

Lunar Rainbow, Upper Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park - I didn't even know there was such a thing as a "moonbow"

Lunar Rainbow, Upper Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park - I didn't even know there was such a thing as a "moonbow"