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Morning fog

“During a handful times in a year, the morning marine fog drops to levels low enough to cover the Golden Gate Bridge, while the towers peek out. The bridge lights, during the blue hour creates an eye catching drama” says California based Your Shot photographer Raj Golawar.
Reblogged from National Geographic

Look at all the lights

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A layer of low clouds covers the alpine valleys of northern Italy, just south of Lake Como. The clouds are just dense enough to hide uniformly the valley and also filter the artificial lights below like they were an opaque blanket. Above the layer, moonlight and high cirrus clouds make the night less dark. You can easily recognize the round shape of Lago di Olginate and the lights of the villages all around its banks.

Reblogged from National Geographic