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.
Águeda's Umbrella Sky Project began in 2011 as a part of the Portuguese city's annual Ágitagueda Art Festival. Each summer, when temperatures soar, a handful of Águeda's narrow streets feature canopies of colorful umbrellas that provide shade to the pedestrians below.
Jerusalem was my first place to explore in Israel and I’m glad of that. It’s much easier to navigate than huge Tel Aviv and has a smaller town vibe making it a place you can ease into Israel. Visiting Jerusalem Israel + Where to stay in Jerusalem and how to dress in Jerusalem.
Gregory Woodman en Instagram: “For a few minutes per year, the sun sets at just the right angle for Horsetail falls to light up like flowing lava! @micah_hamilton @jaredwhitney and I bush whacked up the side of the valley to this spot above the tree line. We sipped whiskey and watched as the falls lit up. Truly something I will never forget. Click the link in my profile for a few more from last weekend.”