Five Shots: AZ Monsoon Sky

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Last night I looked out my kitchen window and couldn’t believe the sunset treat. Here are five shots of the pink sky before the Monsoon storm hit.

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What drama! Which one do you like best?

23 Comments on “Five Shots: AZ Monsoon Sky

    • Thanks! The best part was it was right outside. I didn’t have to drive to catch it. I need to drive down to Tuscon. I hear it’s beautiful. Glad you stopped by πŸ™‚

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        • I hear the Twin Cities are a fun place to live. I’m from outside Chicago. I must admit, I’ve really grown fond of Northern AZ. Wouldn’t want to live in Phoenix, but Flagstaff area and the Verde Valley has the best climate on the planet πŸ˜‰

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          • The winters here are enough to make anyone want to leave. Don’t know why I live here, but I’ll be here a while : ) I love AZ, NV, and UT area.

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  1. Had to choose a favorite, but if I had to, the second from the top. Love the pink tone. That would make an interesting book cover.

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    • I didn’t manipulate the colors, either. Nature sure can glow. Usually those pinks come out in the winter months. Thanks for your vote πŸ™‚

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  2. We are still waiting for rain near Sabino Canyon, while having hiked in rain three times this month on Mt. Lemmon already this month.

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  3. #4 is the most unique, but 2 and 3 tug at my heart as well. I lived in Flagstaff for a few years and the sunsets were phenomenal. What a camera to catch such beauty!

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