Yosemite is full of beauty, but few things can match a rainbow waterfall. In a video shot a couple of years back and recently resurfaced on Twitter, you can see the rare phenomenon in slow motion.
The video was originally shot by photographer Greg Harlow in Yosemite National Park.
“This phenomenon lasted over 8 minutes,” Harlow explained in an Instagram post in 2019. “This is how the 1400’ Yosemite Falls rainbow looked from Glacier Point in real time. This certainly was not a planned event. I spent over 3 months total in Yosemite last year and just got lucky. For those asking…this happened November 1st, at 9:15 AM.”