My trip up north had one priority, get a Grand Canyon lightning strike. It’s certainly a great goal to have for any storm chasing trip, but for the Canyon, that’s asking a lot.
Tonight was a fun night photographing Superstition Mountain lightning. A last minute decision to drive out to one of my favorite areas paid off.
Last night I found myself in a familiar spot, photographing the Arizona Desert Lightning. It felt great to finally be out for another year of chasing the Arizona Monsoon.
This beautiful supercell thunderstorm in Lamesa Texas was a big highlight for my recent stormchasing trip. I spent 4 days chasing the panhandle and southern areas of west Texas.
The Arizona monsoon delivered a beauty this summer with a shelf cloud at the Painted Desert. Add in one lightning strike and you have the icing on the storm chasing cake. Such a thing of a beauty to see! Shelf Cloud at the Painted Desert The past two years I have ventured north with my…
What happens during monsoon when the sun sets, you get a sunset rain shot of course. One of the joys of living in Arizona is never running out of amazing sunsets. Regardless if it is during the monsoon or just a summer day we are blessed with some of the most stunning sunsets here in…
This lightning over the Superstition Mountains shot has to be one of the more fun shots I’ve taken of the Superstitions in quite some time. I love all the elements that make up this shot.
This past weekend was filled with a lot of hope but for me it ended with one good Arizona shelf cloud. In fact it was the largest shelf cloud I’ve ever seen while storm chasing in AZ.
There is nothing like seeing desert lightning. I don’t know if it is the wide open space or the contrast with the desert itself but to see it in person is magical.
With our monsoon season winding down I figured I should start blogging some of what I have captured like this shot of lightning over Tucson Arizona.