Pic of the Day: Eternal Flame Falls

Pic of the Day: Eternal Flame Falls

While the fire doesn’t come naturally, the methane gas that keeps it burning is natural, coming out through a split in the rock. According to Earth Science website, ‘the flame goes out from time to time (it’s not really eternal) but is easy to relight’. This singular waterfall is in the Chestnut Ridge Park in New York.

Source: Earth Science Picture of the Day

Photo: Carl Crumley

Jaime Menchén

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