A partial rainbow appears amongst the sheets of rain along The North Rim of the Grand Canyon.
Monsoon season has begun with full force at Marble Canyon which is in Grand Canyon National Park and precedes The Grand Canyon. These images were shot from above in the Kaibab National Forest, Arizona at a cool elevation of about 9,000 feet.
Conditions were ripe tonight for a summer rainbow as a passing storm with a setting sun produced some magic! A faint second rainbow is visible.
Temperatures over 100 degrees and monsoonal moisture have arrived at Zion National Park, Utah.
Threatening clouds pass over Cave Valley at Zion National Park, Utah
Like A Rainbow
Temples Of The Moon and The Sun
Dark clouds pass over the Henry Mountains near Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Highway 24 weaves its way through the heart of Capitol Reef National Park.
Nice sunset, nice fire and a nice 12 pack of Corona Beer.
Dixie National Forest adjacent to Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Storm clouds appear over Cathedral Valley at Capitol Reef National Park, Utah
Fog rolls into Zion Canyon after a rainstorm at Zion National Park, Utah
Along California’s central coast, Moro Bay is a home for one nice marina and one large ubiquitous rock.
These houses are stacked on top of each other, like cards in a deck.
I also forgot the ubiquitous smoke stacks of the local power plant.
The rain and wind storm swept through Zion yesterday and produced some great photo ops. More to follow.
Heavy rains have produced ephemeral waterfalls at Zion National Park, Utah
A swollen Virgin River
Today’s rainstorm ripped through Zion National Park and pretty much kept me inside my vehicle where I film its ferocity. It was tough focusing because of all the water on my windshield. Watch the wind blow the water along the surface of the road