Friday Fotos: Monsoons in Arizona

Greg McCown | Saguaro National Park

Greg McCown | Saguaro National Park

Let the rain kiss you.
Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops.
Let the rain sing you a lullaby.
— Langston Hughes

Here’s hoping for some much needed rain very soon! Enjoy (and don’t forget to share with your social media peeps!)


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8 responses to “Friday Fotos: Monsoons in Arizona

  1. super beautiful desert monsoon images; reminders of my years living on AZ Indian Reservations, thanks!

  2. Susan

    Incredible Monsoon photos! Day-hiking rocks and so does a summer monsoon thunder storm. But is it safe to be on the trail when the lightning strikes? Be prepared for the hiking experiences you may encounter this summer by reading Felix! the Sugar Glider: Be Safe. Hike Smart. (Amazon) Learn how to stay safe around lightning, what to do if you get lost, how to get rescued, and survival packing just incase you end up unexpectedly spending the night outdoors. Learn how to navigate your way by paying attention to your surroundings and knowing how to use a compass. A compass doesn’t need a signal or batteries and works in all types of weather, day or night, but you need to know how to use it and this book makes learning how to use a compass easy. Make your hiking adventures the thrill of a lifetime by hiking smart and having the essentials with you! Felix! the Sugar Glider: Be Safe. Hike Smart. is available on

  3. These photos are simply stunning and wonderful. I absolutely adore them. Great work.

  4. taf

    Reblogged this on Gifts To Go and commented:
    Even in 118 degree heat weather is beautiful.

  5. Great picture. I get your magazine every month and think you should have a couple of pages with the best Friday pictures.

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