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.
Many Yosemite National Park visitors have heard of (as well as witnessed) the famous Firefall, a cherished tradition in which a bonfire was pushed over the edge of Glacier Point, creating a fiery spectacle. But did you know there was another Firefall?
I would forget it being just flowers and go screaming down the street about the volcano erupting. And probably nobody would correct me
Glow with the flow: The amazing 2,000ft natural 'firefall' that brightens up Yosemite National Park
Horsetail Falls, Yosemite National Park... the way the sun hits the water makes it look like fire
Cher is back on the charts with ‘Woman’s World’
“Trees are poems that Earth writes upon the Sky.” Kahlil Gibran – On CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK image -- Explore twelve, essential nature quotes at http://www.examiner.com/article/twelve-essential-nature-quotations
What it actually costs to take those once-in-a-lifetime trips
These lavish trips will put you back thousands of dollars. Luckily, the destinations are worth it.
Viewing Majestic Caves through Camera Lens
A checklist for the must-see Most Holy Places in Jerusalem, including The Sea of Galilee, the Via Dolorosa, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Tips for Traveling to Israel + Where to Eat and Where to Stay in Jerusalem.