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Tanuri Ridge Monsoon Night   Leave a comment

Lightning 7-19-10  9452-art-72.jpgTanuri Ridge Monsoon Night — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Lightning strikes near by

Tanuri Ridge Monsoon Night

Flashes of brilliance.

— kenne

 

Tracking The Storm   Leave a comment

Late Winter Strom 2011Tracking the Storm — Image by kenne

The monsoon is here
Expecting some rain from Bud
Shifting to the east.

— kenne

Is The Monsoon Season On Its Way?   Leave a comment

Cloud-line Panorama blog-.jpgHaze and Cloud-line, More Humidity In the Air — Panorama by kenne

I was up on Mt. Lemmon today, where they are not allowing any outdoor fires at campsites because the Santa Catalina Mountains are so very dry. Even though it was a hazy day, I took the panorama with the haze and cloud-line showing how moisture is beginning to move into southern Arizona. Hopefully, we will start to see some rain by mid-June.

— kenne

Desert Monsoon Skies   Leave a comment

 

storm-july Tanuri Ridge-blogImage by kenne

Storms,

Storms building

Over the mountains —

To the east,

To the north.

Towering,

Towering clouds,

Dry desert heat —

Colliding.

Rain,

Rain cooling the air —

Evaporating.

Wind,

Wind forming a Downdraft —

Bouncing (off the ground).

Curls,

Curls of wind — 

High speed,

Havoc!

kenne

 

 

Blooming Texas Ranger   1 comment

The Monsoon Rains Brings On the Texas Ranger Blossoms — Images by kenne

The Texas Ranger blossoms
don’t last long 
but
well worth the moments.

The monsoon rains provide
a second flowering season
just one of many reasons the
Sonoran Desert is so very special.

— kenne

 

Monsoon Lightning Over the Catalinas   2 comments

Lightning 7-19-10Monsoon Lightning Over the Catalinas — Image by kenne

The monsoon is here
Waves of precipitation
Greening the desert.

— kenne

Star Power   Leave a comment

Mt. Lemmon Trail 06-24-13“Star Power” Silverpuff Blossom In the Santa Catalina Mountains — Image by kenne

Islands in the sky
High above the desert floor
Share the monsoon rains.

— kenne

 

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