Summer Storms

For those of my readers not familiar with southern Arizona, it’s typical this time of year to have what we call the “monsoons.”  Big thunderheads build up in the afternoons and can produce some wicked storms.

Sometimes they never materialize.  Like this shot of the clouds to our north.  Big clouds, no rain.  Oh, well.  (I took this with the Instagram app on my phone.)

We see them coming and always hope that they will be big “producers.”  I keep hoping, day after day.  Every little drop of rain is a gift in my book.  Namaste’

Clouds.07.17.13

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Author: Regina

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6 thoughts on “Summer Storms”

  1. Beautiful photo. You are right, every drop is a blessing. We are in a terrible drought in Southern California. It’s going to be a scary summer fire season.

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