Monday, September 7, 2015


So I left the house (rare these days) to see what I could find to photograph for the holiday.

Here's what I quickly saw through my windshield.

You will note a few scattered raindrops.

A little later, this was the view through my moonroof.

It let up briefly, allowing me to snap some pictures (for posting later in the week) but then it came back with a passion.

I found a high ground location to take the following series of photos.

The big building is our local Sam's Club warehouse. The barely visible hills beyond it are where StoneRidge (and we) reside.

That last one is looking east toward the heaviest rain.

I'm not complaining. 

We can use the rain.

I'm just wondering how the Faire on the Square in Prescott is . . . faring.

At least they've had two previous days of decent weather.


Stephen Hayes said...

It seems that the unusual weather is going to hang around a bit longer.

Thérèse said...

I cannot say that I am enjoying the view but it gives us a good idea of what it looks like with no rain in the pictures... It sure is good for the vegetation to grow up and survive.

Tom Cochrun said...

Rain! What a great idea!

Steve said...

Labor day has come and gone.

Sharon Anck said...

The monsoons came late this year! I love the rain.