Total cloud inversion near Desert View, Grand Canyon National Park, Friday, December 12, 2014. NPS Photo by Maci MacPherson
Sometimes nature kicks the drama into high gear and when it does we’re always thrilled to see the awesome images that photographers can produce. Last week a rare weather phenomenon in the Southwest created scenery more incredible than normal at one of the nation’s most popular national parks.
For the second year in a row, a temperature inversion swept through the Grand Canyon causing the park to fill with clouds, which ultimately made for some pretty surreal looking photographs.