Five Shots: AZ Monsoon Sky 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. What drama! Which one do you like best? Share this:TwitterMoreEmailGoogleFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related 23 thoughts on “Five Shots: AZ Monsoon Sky” Add yours Awesome shots, indeed. Reply 🙂 Thank you! Reply Beautiful shots. I go to Tucson every now and then for work and have been amazed at the sunsets. Thanks for sharing. Reply 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 🙂 Reply You caught the drama on your camera for sure…..especially liked the third pic! Reply I loved the left and right pink “hands” that framed the rain falling in the distance. 🙂 Reply Great shots Cindy! Beautiful area! Reply Thanks. What part of the world do you live, Brock? Reply Minneapolis, Minnesota. I almost moved to the desert a few years back. I should have when I had the chance. Reply 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 😉 Reply 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. Beautiful shots, but I especially enjoyed the last one. Reply Thanks! It’s fun watching the clouds dump the water down. 🙂 Reply Put me down for shot #2 although none of those other pics are far behind. Reply Howdy! Glad you stopped by. Will do…. Reply 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. Reply I didn’t manipulate the colors, either. Nature sure can glow. Usually those pinks come out in the winter months. Thanks for your vote 🙂 Reply We are still waiting for rain near Sabino Canyon, while having hiked in rain three times this month on Mt. Lemmon already this month. Reply We’ve had a lot in the Verde Valley. Daily! It’s beautiful. Thanks, Kenne for your comments. 🙂 Reply Great photos! The sky was very dramatic! Reply Yes, I couldn’t believe it! I looked up and there was all this color and cloud wrestling. So glad you stopped by. 🙂 Reply #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! Reply Hi Robynn! Glad you stopped by. My camera is fine, but nature made it easy that night to capture the beauty! 🙂 Reply I ♥ comments. Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (Address never made public) Name Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) w Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.