It seems as though nature was giving an unexpected nod to the LGBT community when Yosemite’s waterfall shimmered with rainbow colors.
The breathtaking natural rainbow effect with water cascading down the mountain was captured by landscape photographer Greg Harlow.
The first rays of light and the spray from California’s Yosemite Falls turned the entire waterfall into a cascading rainbow. High winds caused the waterfall to spray, allowing the full spectrum of colors to be seen along the rock face. Photographer Greg Harlow was waiting for the sunrise over the Sierra Nevada Mountains when he spotted the waterfall’s spray turning red.
The National Geographic Adventure video goes on to mention that Harlow was one of the only people there at the time to see the memerizing display of colors stream from the mountain’s edge.
Looking at Harlow’s instagram page, it’s not surprising to see how he could capture such a magnificent scene. All his instagram post are of gorgeous natural landscapes throughout the world.
Harlow’s Facebook Page, Greg Harlow Media, indicates that the man behind the camera isn’t just a landscape photographer, although, that is his speciality.
Greg Harlow is an American photographer, videographer and director. With a degree in sound design and audio production, he moved on to a career [in] film production, and is also a published outdoor photographer specializing in landscape.
We can’t help but be envious of Harlow’s job. How cool must it be to travel the world capturing the raw beauty of mother nature and all her lovely inhabitants.
As you can see with the rainbow waterfall and with his stunning instagram photos, Harlow has an nack for being in the right place, at the right time. And we adore him for that.
To learn more about Harlow visit his website at www.gregharlowmedia.com.