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                   Friday, November 14, 2008 - 12:35AM

Morning valley fog over Charleston

By DAN ROBINSON
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HD VIDEO: Valley fog HD timelapse

Downtown was fogged in last night when I left the office, but my house up on the hill was in the clear. That meant a valley fog show was in the works, and a glance out my back windows at home confirmed it. Since I had already done a long nighttime shoot of the last valley fog event on October 26 (and since I was exhausted after having been at work for over 12 hours), I decided to forego another nighttime photo session and wake up for sunrise instead. These again were shot from the ridgetop in Spring Hill Cemetery behind my house.

3-frame panorama stitch:


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Hidden downtown skyline:


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Steam exhaust from industrial plant creates an 'overshooting top':


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Anyone living on the ridges above the fog line enjoyed the view.


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The sun quickly burned away the fog, allowing the city to break through:


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Very cool shots Dan.
- Posted by Dann Cianca from Denver, Colorado

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