Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) on 12/04 at 10:38 AM


when I first saw this picture, I thought that the fog was a giant blanket of clouds.  I was definitely wrong.  I read the passage and was pretty surprised. Im guessing what happened was that some water in the canyon evaporated in the sun. it was pretty cold on thanksgiving, creating fog. to me both pictures looked like a solid bed of cotton. A sea of pure white rolling mist. smile

John L.

Posted by John Lee  on  12/04  at  05:12 PM

This reminds me of when I was in 2 ft. of snow. Of course, I’m not that BIG. :] From what I see, either it was a cold snap, or what you said. I wonder if the fog is part SMOG. If it is, I think they should lessen the factories around this beautiful natural spot.  I wish I could have seen it.
[removed]void(0); big surprise

Posted by aderagon  on  12/04  at  05:19 PM

This picture of the Grand Canyon fascinates me.  I wonder if this much fog was over another canyon, valley, or mountain in the past.  The picture looks like it was a once in lifetime event.  I’ve never seen so much fog before! On the contrary, I wonder how cold and how much humidity was in the air it was that day because I know that the colder and more humid it is, the more fog.  I also wonder if there were any other extreme amounts of fog over the Grand Canyon in past years.  I don’t understand why I haven’t heard this on the news.  I think this would’ve been a great article to talk about.  I wonder how many people actually witnessed the event.  I mean, this event occurred on Thanksgiving.  I hope next time an event like this occurs, I can witness it.

Posted by dhwani  on  12/12  at  05:48 PM
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