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".
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.
Pictured: The fog looking like a flowing river between the mountain tops.