Credit: ASHLEY COOPER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Snowy mountain with valley fog below, due to a temperature inversion. An inversion is where the normal cooling of the air with altitude is replaced by warmer air above a layer of cold dense air. With sufficient humidity, fog can form in the cold layer and persist for a long time. Filmed from Red Screes, above Ambleside, Lake District, UK.

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Keywords: cloud, cold, crinkle crags, cumbria, fog, foggy, glow, hill, kirkstone, kirkstone pass, lake district, mist, misty, mountain, national park, orange, poor visibility, red screes, slope, snow, steep, sunset, temperature inversion, uk, valley, visibility, weather, west, winter

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Snow and valley fog

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Duration: 00:00:19.24

Frame size: 1920x1080

Frame rate: 25

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Capture format: Canon EOS 5D Mark III

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