Over the weekend, we visited Yosemite National Park in California. While we were there, we walked up the 0.5 mile trail to see the Bridal Veil Falls, one of the POIs of this National Park.
At this time of the year, the falls in Yosemite are not known to be at their best. Yet, I believe were were lucky enough to see some water at the Bridal Veil Falls, considering the severe drought that CA is facing.
Bridal Veil Falls falls from a tall granite face, down towards Yosemite Valley. Every time a gust of wind blew that way the water sprayed down creating quite a sight at the top of the falls. During one of those gusty incidents, the light from the sun seems to have split into the famous 7 colours, thanks to the air that was heavy with moisture from the Bridal Veil Falls.
PS: I didn’t notice the rainbow while I was there. Neither did the other visitors who were at Bridal Veil Falls at that time. And since I do not see the rainbow in any of the other pictures I took, I believe it came and went in the blink of an eye, literally!