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Photographer Captures Rainbow at Bottom of Waterfall in Yosemite
OCTOBER 08, 2013Helen Collis, Daily MailCascading down a nearly 200 metre drop in Yosemite National Park, Bridalveil Fall is a breathtaking scene.
But occasionally, when conditions permit, the magnificent waterfall is transformed into and even more spectacular sight. With just the right mix of water vapour and light, it becomes an ethereal rainbow haze that permeates the lush vegetation and dramatic rock faces around it.
This spectacular phenomenon only last a few minutes, as the falling sunlight passes across the mountainous backdrop and catches the vaporised water.
But for patient photographer Mei Xu, it was certainly worth the wait.
The fall, which stands at 189 metres, is famous for the mist that wafts off it when the breezes blow and which is said to resemble, as its name dictates, a bride's flowing veil.Read more: Daily Mail