'Firefall' at Yosemite National Park Brings Stunning Views

February 20, 2019 - 8:37 am

(KNX 1070) - You've only got a few more days to see a winter phenomenon. 

Correspondent DeMarco Morgan has more on the stunning 'Firefall' in Yosemite National Park.

"Part of what makes this site so special is how brief it is. The phenomenon only lasts about five to 10 minutes right as the sun sets," he said. "Still, that's long enough to make a lasting impression."

This only happens through the end of February, when light from the setting sun hits the Horsetail Fall at just the right angle, turning it into what looks like a lava-spewing cascade.

The event was excitedly discussed on Twitter with various users and photography aficionados: