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PHOTOS: 'River of Fog' fills Grand Canyon in once-in-a-decade phenomenon

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The rare phenomenon happened due to temperature inversion.
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    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.
  • +12 See more slides
    Arizona, USA: Grand Canyon is considered to be one of the most majestic sites on planet Earth. The steep-sided canyon carved out Colorado River in Arizona is counted amongst the Seven Wonders of the World.
    On Saturday, a rare geographical phenomenon further added to the beauty and allure of the canyon. The Canyon's famous Georges were filled with 'river of fog'.
    The phenomenon is the result of temperature inversion when hot air traps the cool and heavy air, along with all pollution and fog, near the ground.
    The unexpected phenomenon happens once in a decade and attracted hundreds of spectators, ready to seal this breathtaking moment in their cameras.
    The Grand Canyon Facebook's page even posted a time-lapse video showing dense white fog filling the Georges of the canyon.
    A large number of Facebook users expressed their amazement at the sheer beauty of this natural phenomenon.
    People overuse the word 'amazing'... This truly is AMAZING. Thank you for posting this phenomenal pic, commented one reader.
    Another not so lucky reader expressed her desire to visit the site.
    "I would love to be able to stand there and look at that view. Awesome!!" she said.

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