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Stunning video of fog rolling over mountains

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Still Waters

A huge, hypnotic wall of fog has been filmed cascading down over the Long Range Mountains in Newfoundland’s Lark Harbour.

http://www.telegraph...-mountains.html

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NatureBoff

Wow. The trees disappearing into the sinkhole was pretty good too.

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pallidin

Wow. And Wow.

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Beany

Looks like home to me. I live on the coast in California, the fog rolls in around 4pm, sometimes is wraps itself around everything. Depending on the weather inland, it's sometimes called our beloved fog bank, because it means being cool after a day in the heat. Cali and its microclimates!

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Donnie  Darko

Amazing! And that video of the trees getting swallowed by a sinkhole was a tad unsettling... *shivers*

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Odd Requiem

That was pretty sweet.

I as well enjoyed the trees being swallowed alive by the sink hole.

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brlesq1

Kinda scary-looking, like an avalanche. Nice shot, though.

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and then

Looked like a slo mo tidal wave.... absolutely mythic in proportion. Way cool!

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F3SS

Pretty awesome. It's basically a giant rolling cloud on the ground. It's The Mist.

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Euphorbia

Looks like home to me. I live on the coast in California, the fog rolls in around 4pm, sometimes is wraps itself around everything. Depending on the weather inland, it's sometimes called our beloved fog bank, because it means being cool after a day in the heat. Cali and its microclimates!

My sister lives a few miles in from Morro Bay and whenever I visit, I also watch the fog roll in in the late afternoon, slowly filling all of the valleys and then up to and then enveloping her hilltop and house........the next morning it looks like it has rained as the fog is so dense....

But if the winds come from inland........so comes the heat....

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