Picture: Non-existant Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park, California
This is a postcard photo you don’t see too often. It’s of a completely dry Yosemite Falls. There should be a dramatic white plume of cascading water, but the year when this photo (2001) was taken, the falls ran totally dry due to lack of water in the snow pack. If it wasn’t for one big set of storms last month, this might be the scene for the bulk of this year. However, we still have our fingers crossed that mother nature will provide more fuel for the world’s third highest waterfall. Below is a 100% detail.
El Nino strikes again…?
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