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Yellow plant in Guatemala
A unique perspective on Times Square
Morning on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala
3 Black Hats at the Musee des Beaux Arts, Quebec City
Chicks
Bug on the fence
Saw on the fence
Stingray
See the USA
A walk at White Sands, New Mexico
Selling Fireworks
Grand Canyon Under Clouds
All Smiles
Badlands Antelope
Sunset at Glacier National Park
Minouch in La Rochelle
A student protester calls for peace in Santiago, Chile.
Annie is Queen
Amy picks up a ladybug
Trail in The Cibola National Forest
Life in Old Havana
Self Portrait on Golden Gate Bridge
Early Morming Mist
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Grand Canyon Under Clouds

Grand Canyon's Inversion Layer Usually, only once every decade, during the winter, cold air sinks into the Grand Canyon and fogs up. A layer of warm air, higher up, prevents the cold air, and its clouds, from rising.

TAGS: Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park, United States

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Naperville, Illinois, United States of America
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Date Taken: 12.2015
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Date Uploaded: July 2, 2016, 5:05 p.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Grand Canyon South Rim Village, Arizona, United States of America