As a photographer and a person who loves science, natural phenomena images are among my favorite subjects. I can’t express enough the feeling I get when I see pictures like these:
It’s not every day you get to see clouds coming and going from below you as if they were the ocean during ebb and flow. This phenomenon, caused by a rare temperature inversion, occurred at Grand Canyon National Park on December 11, 2014.
Luckily, photographers Michael Quinn andwere on scene with their cameras primed and ready to capture the event.
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