9 thoughts on “Incredible Photos of Rare Fog Enveloping Grand Canyon

  1. Here’s some text that didn’t come through:

    It’s nearly impossible for the Grand Canyon to look anything less than extraordinary, but from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1, 2013, Mother Nature managed to up the ante. A rare weather event known as an inversion occurred twice in a span of three days, filling the Grand Canyon with a rolling blanket of fog. Inversions typically happen there only once every 10 years. Park Ranger Erin Whittaker described the sight as “mind blowing.”

  2. Well, all that water vapor in the grand canyon. Yet, somehow, Al Gore still wants me to pay him money because people are breathing to much and cows are farting to much, making the planet heat up. Yeah, sure.

    1. Hell #1, that reminds me of one of my introspacial psyconautical journies except that those clouds/fog are real. 🙂 😉

    1. Absolutely beautiful isn`t it RT. I am just wondering if there isn`t something that is causing this that is realy bad , say like some neuclear accident or mayby chemtrails like #1 mentioned above ya know. Visually beautiful all the same though isn`t it 🙂

      1. Yep digger, looks like there is some chemtrails in some of the pictures, but like you said still beautiful 🙂

        Wish I would have been able to spend more time outside of the car when we were going through the Smoky Mountains this time, it was beautiful and still peaceful even with the traffic. I did get a few good pictures though 🙂

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