Continuing the Challenge from Vijay Srivivasn, here is 3/7. As you drive down a little further from the Devils Churn, there is a parking pull out for the Spouting Horn. One could hike down to the view point to enjoy the same. Just make sure to watch ur steps.
Spouting horn is kind of an Ocean Geyser. It was interesting to reflect how this is place is evolving. Over time the pounding waves gradually widened a fracture in the rocks forming Cook’s Chasm. The edge of the Chasm was undercut, forming a cave. Eventually a crack on the top of the cave created a perfect setting for the Spouting horn, allowing us to enjoy this during the high tide !
P.S : Feel free to check out the previous shot for the story on the challenge. For today I was planning to challenge Gary, but looks like he is already in game :) Hence next in list I challenge @Nithin K to post seven Nature Photos (no human elements) in seven days. Dude it has been a while, share some Yosemite awesomeness with us :)