People flock to the Grand Canyon every year. It’s one of the most visited National Parks in America.
And this year, something unusual happened that have guests even more intrigued. It was a rare occasion as the cold air became trapped in the canyon topped by a layer of warm air in which a combination of moisture and condensation formed a phenomenon known as a cloud inversion.
Visitors who were at the park said it felt like they were walking on clouds.
The time-lapse was captured by artists and filmmakers Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic as part of the Skyglow Project.
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