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This gigantic waterfall is formed by melting snow. It is a temporary waterfall and it flows only in early summer when there still a lot of snow in the mountains and it is a particularly hot day. Local people told me that they have not seen this fall so active in more than 30 years! Enjoy this seen, it is unique.

This shot is taken from HW 2 approximately 2 miles away at 3pm when outside temperature was 98F or 36C.

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