There was a Full Cloud Inversion at the Grand Canyon and this Guy Got an Unreal Timelapse of It

Millions of tourists a year be coming home with Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park. It’s one of the seven natural meditates of the world and “the worlds largest” inspected national park in the western United States.

On extremely rare daytimes when freezing breath is captured in the canyon and topped by a stratum of warm air–in combination with humidity and condensation–a phenomenon referred to as a full mas inversion results. In what resembles something between ocean motions and fast gloom, the Grand Canyon is perfectly obliterated by overcast, obligating the visitors find as if they are walking on clouds.

Timelapse photographer Harun Mehmedinovic was fortunate to not only witness the phenomenon but capture it as well in the amazing timelapse below entitled, Kaibab Elegy .

The video was filmed as part of SKYGLOW( ), an ongoing crowdfunded quest to explore the effects and possibilities of metropolitan light-colored pollution in differentiate with some of the most incredible dark sky areas in Northern america. This projection is being produced in collaboration with the International Dark-Sky Association( ), a non-profit fighting for the preservation of night skies around the globe.

You can see our previous affix peculiarity the amazing SKYGLOW project here.

The film was shot on Canon 5DSR& 5DIII camera& lenses sponsored by Canon USA, assisted by Alpine Labs’ Michron& Pulse, powered by Paul C. Buff Vagabond Mini. LRTimelapse was used to process some of the shots.

Approvals: Producer/ Editor/ Shooter: Harun Mehmedinovic, Music: Pete Davis& James Banbury

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