The Havasu Waterfalls at Night.

Photograph by Jes Stockhausen, National Geographic Your Shot
By day, the water of Arizona’s Havasu Falls is a remarkable, bright blue-green.
In this image submitted by Jes Stockhausen, it’s a milky ribbon, illuminated at night by the light of a camper’s headlamps.
“While camping in the Havasupai [Indian Reservation], you hear the roar of the falls every minute of the day.
My friend and I went to see if we could see the stars and were blown away by the sheer darkness of the canyon.
This shot was [made] with two headlamps, one at the subject’s feet and one on his head.
See more via Waterfall Image, Arizona | National Geographic Photo of the Day

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