An aerial view shows fog envelope the city of Dubai. PHOTO: Sheikh Hamdan/ Instagram
Syed Shayaan Bakht, Staff Reporter
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, shared a breathtaking video of Dubai engulfed in fog on Friday morning.
The Crown Prince captioned the video, “Dubai …”
The video shows the Burj Khalifa completely surrounded by fog.
The video starts from the foot of the world’s tallest building. The camera makes a vertical panning shot, which ends at the peak of the tower against the pristine background of a fog-enveloped city.
The sun's rays give a golden hue on the edge of the video.
Sheikh Hamdan has been capturing unique aerial photos and videos of Dubai’s landmarks.
Of late, his Instagram page features photos and videos of the emirate completely engulfed in mist and fog.
The sports-enthusiast Crown Prince shares mesmerising photos and videos of his activities on social media.
He has over 11 million followers on his Instagram account.
Hamdan’s Instagram bio reads, “Every picture has a story and every story has a moment that I'd love to share with you.
Thanks and enjoy 😉.”
On the other hand, over the past few days, the UAE has been experiencing heavy fog.
The UAE weather body said that the lowest temperature recorded over the country on Friday was 8.5°C in Al Tawi (Al Dhafra) at 6am UAE local time.
The highest temperature recorded over the country was 30.4°C in Dibba (Al Fujairah) at 12:30pm UAE local time.
Authorities have barred heavy vehicles from roads during foggy hours.
The silhouette video is shot in Dubai, shows the sun rising behind the Burj Khalifa.
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The Dubai Crown Prince climbed the Burj Khalifa’s 160 floors in 38 minutes, creating a record. Sheikh Hamdan shared a video and photo of his grueling task with the caption, “Burj Khalifa challenge ”
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