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Hiking Through the Clouds

The low clouds we were hiking through were the source of an "inverse" rain. Normally during a light rain it is dry underneath the trees and wet elsewhere. On this occasion it was wet underneath the trees and fairly dry else where. I guess that the branches were collecting moisture out of the clouds and enough water was condensing to create a "rain" falling from the tree branches.

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