I Could Stare At Yosemite's Natural Firefall All Day Long

The firefall is a natural phenomenon that occurs for a couple magical weeks in February. Horsetail Fall only flows in the winter and early spring, and when the sun sets at just the right angle, it illuminates the water, causing the lava-like red glow that I can’t tear my eyes away from.

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So... If the firefall only presents at sunset, you couldn’t really stare at it all day long, could you?