Dramatic shots produced from monsoonal storms racing past Marble Canyon, just north of the Grand Canyon.
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.
Recently shot time lapse video of monsoon storms over Arizona’s Marble Canyon including a rainbow. Still shots of rainbow can be viewed at previous post One Amazing Little Rainbow
Watch video at Full Screen at HiDef. Music by Underworld.
Storm after storm passed by my secluded campsite in the Kaibab National Forest. This site overlooks Marble Canyon and the area north of the Grand Canyon. These images and more are available as prints or downloadable files for personal use at Dawn2Dawn Photography
Storm clouds pass over Marble Canyon at Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.
Monsoonal moisture over the Grand Canyon produced much needed rain this week but watch as a cloud produces a rain shower and watch as that rain disappears.. Hot dry air from the depths of the Grand Canyon is probably responsible for the dissolution of the rain. I thought for sure I was going to be rained on. Watch in HiDef at Full Screen.
Last weekend we received some rain and when it passes, the fog lifts out of Zion Canyon.
Weather conditions were ripe for producing rainbows last Saturday.
Point Sublime, on the North Rim of The Grand Canyon offers one great vista of the canyon and surrounding area. The storm cell images are those that ravaged Southern Utah on Monday causing death and destruction. As I experienced, these cells roll very fast over the landscape and you better be prepared to take cover. I had my vehicle close by and felt secure. With all the monsoonal moisture we have experienced this summer, the depths of The Grand Canyon have really greened up.
This time from my own backyard.