Amazing Time Lapse of the Grand Canyon

“Cold air is trapped in the canyon and topped by a layer of warm air, which in combination with moisture and condensation form the phenomenon referred to as the full cloud inversion,” SKYGLOW photographer Harun Mehmedinovic explained in an email to Gizmodo. “We were extremely lucky to be there to capture it, and it’s a collection of unique footage not found anywhere else.”

Have you ever been to the Grand Canyon? Where were good places to stay in your Rig?

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  1. Williams, AZ…there are some great RV parks there (we stayed in 2 different ones since we arrived two days ahead of our reservation…both were excellent.) Take the train to the Canyon and back, or an easy drive to the Canyon and surrounding areas. We did it both ways, train and our vehicle. Williams, on Historic Route 66 has some pretty awesome sights, too.

    • And, I forgot to add…we were there when the video was taken, or if that wasn’t the inversion in May 2017, we were there for a similar one….it even included a snow storm along with the inversion.

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