Angry Storms Invade Zion Country
Monsoons have been a welcome sight to Southern Utah. We need the rain! A lot of rain dropping here. Raining on the Pine Valley Mountains north of St George, Utah On a clear day you can see into Arizona from this spot. Not today.
“I’m Only Happy When It Rains”
Because Zion National Park has a more ethereal look to it.
During my recent trip to Colorado, I had to withstand the torments of a thunder and lightning storm that was extremely electric. Storm clouds rolling in. Even a bit of snow fell around my tent.
At Zion National Park the other day. Persistent rains have ravaged the park this winter causing road closures, mudslides and some beautiful waterfalls.
Mud Is Beautiful
Recent rains swept water through the many washes in Southern Utah and yielded some interesting abstract patterns in nature.
A rather significant rainstorm invaded Zion National Park yesterday, driving away visitors but presenting some fine photo ops!
Stormy Zion Country
Another huge thunder and lightning storm swept through Zion country yesterday and provided some good photo ops.
One Electric Night ………….
Thursday night in Southern Utah saw many a thunder and lightning storm pass through the landscape. I hadn’t witnessed this many bolts of electricity since I moved here 8 years ago. My friend and photography protege Ali Erdmann and I just sat there with our cameras on tripods, positioned to capture the light show. Her…
More Monsoonal Time Lapse Video
It’s only 38 seconds. Watch at Hi Def at full screen
Cloudy, Foggy, Ethereal, Ephemeral Zion National Park
A much-needed rainstorm passed through Zion on the first day of the government shutdown and I had the park pretty much to myself.