A Ghostly Blanket At Sunrise

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Normally, as one ascends in altitude away from the earth, temperatures drop.  In a temperature inversion, a layer of warmer air is perched atop a cooler one.  Here cold fog has slipped under a layer of warmer air, creating a ghostly blanket upon the land. 
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  1. So very beautiful and every day is different, nature is great! (cannot find another English word at this moment, haha)

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  2. You've captured that effect beautifully. Sitting 700+ feet above the LA harbor, we often wake up to a layer of fog covering the harbor while the sun shines on our backyard - the shipping cranes sometimes stick partially above the fog layer like the heads of prehistoric dinosaurs.

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  3. Nature creates some pretty amazing photo-ops.

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