This trip to Winnats was the first time I have ever seen an inversion for my own eyes, and it really is a fabulous experience to witness. The mist is almost organic, alive even. It ebbs and flows just like the tide. When you think it’s receding and burning off, it then comes back with a vengeance and resembles a scene from “The Fog”, that classic horror film from 1980.

On this occasion I moved further round Winnats to look straight down the road towards Castleton. That ebbing and flowing is evident here as the mist rises and creeps around the pass.

Title: '8 Minutes Later'

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Location: Winnats Pass

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This trip to Winnats was the first time I have ever seen an inversion for my own eyes, and it really is a fabulous experience to witness. The mist is almost organic, alive even. It ebbs and flows just like the tide. When you think it’s receding and burning off, it then comes back with a vengeance and resembles a scene from “The Fog”, that classic horror film from 1980.

On this occasion I moved further round Winnats to look straight down the road towards Castleton. That ebbing and flowing is evident here as the mist rises and creeps around the pass.

Title: '8 Minutes Later'

Location: Winnats Pass

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