The amazingly rare moment, a waterfall turned tomato soup red. The naturally-occurring wonder was captured by Rochelle Coffey at Cameron Falls, in Alberta, Canada. Rochelle Coffey had driven with her husband to Cameron Creek in Alberta, Canada, following a heavy storm.
Rochelle Coffey was shocked by sawing the crystal-clear water turning into deep red, over the course of two hours.
Cameron Waterfall is located at Waterton Lake which consists of the oldest sedimentary rock in the Canadian Rockies.These stones are reported to be 1,500 million years old.
The wonder of red colouring of water was a result of heavy rainfall washing sediment called argolite from the rocks into the river.She with her husband admires the natural phenomenon. And capture a lot of fabulous shots.