Central Arizona Lightning

Central Arizona Lightning

Lightning strikes in the desert of central Arizona during the 2017 monsoon season

One of the great things about living in the Puget Sound region of Western Washington is that we get 4 distinct yet mild seasons.  The downside to living in the Puget Sound region of Western Washington is that with the exception of an occasional windstorm, we really don’t see much when it comes to severe weather, particularly thunderstorms.  Because of that, I make it a point to get back to Arizona each monsoon season for some Arizona lightning fun.

This image was captured in central Arizona, a little ways outside of Flagstaff, and was shot from the same location as an image I had shared here earlier.  I actually have a few more shots from this same location that I will share at some point.  The great thing about storms like this is that even though you shoot from the same location, the sky changes very quickly and you get a lot of variety in your images even though you don’t move much.

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