|Above, the additional water has "burst out and created countless other small, new |
waterfalls along the cliffs", according to the article. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
Thanks to the almost twice as normal snowpack in the Sierras, waterfalls in Yosemite National Park are back with a vengeance.
According to Atlas Obscura:
Yosemite National Park is one of America’s most beautiful natural landscapes but years of drought have seen many of its rivers and waterfalls lose some of their majestic power. But thanks to heavy snowmelt, many of them are back with a vengeance, and so are the visitors.
According to NBC Bay Area, the waters in the park haven’t been this powerful since 2010.To read more, go here.