A Stormy Grand Canyon

From last week’s trip which included, thunder, lightning, rain, angry clouds, pulling someone’s truck out of the mud and some nice rainbows

A monsoon produces fog in the Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

A single bolt of lighning strikes along the south rim of the Grand Canyon at Grand Canyon National park, Arizona.

A rainbow appears near the Grand Canyon after a monsoon passes through Northern Arizona

A large storm cell moving in from the South Rim.

25 responses to “A Stormy Grand Canyon”

  1. Wonderful photos Michael! When I lived in AZ I loved the monsoon season. I could smell the rain coming for hours, and then after the rain everything smelled so nice!


  2. Michael, these are fabulous pictures – rare finds especially the bolt of lightning and the rainbows. You’ve probably seen that a few of us AZ bloggers are meeting in Prescott on Sept. 15. If you’re around, we’d love to have you join us. Let me know. πŸ™‚


  3. These photos remind me of the time when we witnessed a snow storm approaching from the North Rim. You capture well in these photos how a drastic transition from a quiet canyon to a storm filled environs happens so surprisingly.

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