waterfall of fire

waterfall of fire

Here’s a list of some stuff that we would consider to be highly flammable: petrol, an aerosol can, our annoying mate’s living room – not that we’ve looked into it – the career of a reality TV show winner, toast, Lionel Richie’s hair, anyone wearing one of those ‘morph suit’ things, a person’s mind after watching a Brandon Semenuk edit, the soul of a One Direction fan, pretty much anything in a movie directed by Michael Bay.

Now, we feel like we’ve made that list pretty damn comprehensive, and one thing you’ll have undoubtedly noticed that didn’t make the cut, was a waterfall. Why? Well, mostly because it’s, y’know, just a shitload of water falling to the ground. Hence the name.

Nevertheless, while waterfalls can’t – as far as we know – catch fire for more than few seconds, you can still get 'waterfalls of fire', and the phenomenon was captured by photographer Dustin Moore while shooting in Zion National Park in Utah earlier this week. The end result makes for a mesmerising watch...

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