Photo 15 Dec 25 notes Visitors to Mather Point at Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA, look out over a rare total cloud inversion. The phenomenon, caused by cold and warm air masses interacting, left the Grand Canyon peaking above a sea of clouds. Picture: AP Photo/National Park Service, Erin Whittaker (via Pictures of the day: 4 December 2013 - Telegraph)

Visitors to Mather Point at Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA, look out over a rare total cloud inversion. The phenomenon, caused by cold and warm air masses interacting, left the Grand Canyon peaking above a sea of clouds. Picture: AP Photo/National Park Service, Erin Whittaker (via Pictures of the day: 4 December 2013 - Telegraph)

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