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2 years ago|239 views |Landscape

Little Rock, Arkansas, US. I had waited for a magic hour in the morning. A creak was covered by fog. The above of the fog was very clear, which indicated that an inversion occurred. An inversion is a deviation from the normal change of an atmospheric property with altitude. While the sun was rising up, I enjoyed observing the micro climate change. I appreciated that no alligator disturbed me at that time.

NIKON D70035mmF/161/250secISO-800
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