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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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