Horsetail Fall appears as molten lava as the setting sun’s rays create an orange glow show.
Horsetail Fall appears as molten lava as the setting sun’s rays create an orange glow show. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star
Horsetail Fall appears as molten lava as the setting sun’s rays create an orange glow show. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star

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