Yes, out in the middle of the western Utah desert, you are looking at pollution coming from the east in this case. Salt Lake City had a really bad inversion layer and it pushed the pollution 70 miles out into the desert. It was amazing. We drove in through foglike conditions until we got high enough to pop out of the fog (and pollution). This is looking east toward the Lakeside Mtns (barely visible above the foggy stuff).
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