Okay, when I saw this article (and picture) of the Grand Canyon, I was immediately reminded of a recent picture I took of the Arch. The article is entitled “The Grand Canyon Gets a Rare Visitor: Massive Fog” by Claudine Zap over at Yahoo! Travel.
According to folks over at the Grand Canyon, the weather phenomenon that caused the eye-popping sight is called a temperature inversion. It’s where the canyon looks like a canyon full of fog. Here’s the picture I took of the Arch a couple of weeks ago: