Grand Canyon In The Clouds
Photograph - Fine Art Photography
A rare weather phenomenon called a temperature inversion fills the Grand Canyon with clouds. This happens when cold air is trapped below the rim by hot air above. This particular event is very rare in that the entire canyon has been filled with fog, something which only happens once every 10 years.
December 3rd, 2013
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