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Yosemite now requires permits for photographing famous “Firefall” event

From 12 to 26 February, visitors of Yosemite National Park will be able to see and capture the magnificent “firefall” phenomenon. Due to its increasing popularity, this year’s event will require parking reservations and permits for everyone who wants to attend. According to CBS, the annual “firefall” event attracts over a thousand sightseers every year. […] The post Yosemite now requires permits for photographing famous “Firefall” event appeared first on DIY Photography.
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