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It looks like a scene from a magical kingdom with fog snaking between the mountains like a river.  The fog, which stretches through the mountains for around 200 miles, was pictured from a helicopter by landscape photographer Victor Liu who described the scene like "a paradise".<br />
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The low clouds have actually settled between the southern continental ranges of the Canadian Rockies, where the tallest mountain - Mount Assiniboine - stands at 11,870ft high.  The rare view was taken from 8,000-8,500ft high with the fog nestling in between the mountains, which sit on the Alberta and British Columbia border, in Canada, 5,000-6,500ft from the ground.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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Pictured: The fog looking like a flowing river between the mountain tops.<br />
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