Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Monsoon Reflections


We are in the heart of the monsoon season in the Phoenix area, the time of year when storms roll in from all directions.  This past weekend, I spotted this reflection of the clouds in this glass office building and thought it would look interesting in a photo.  You can actually see the dark sky on the horizon to the bottom right of this picture.  That one brought us a little rain.  Tomorrow I'll show you what I saw when I turned around in the opposite direction of this building.

14 comments:

Birdman said...

Pretty dynamic!

Lowell said...

Amazing shot. I remember the monsoons when the dry creek beds became raging rivers and some dummy always tried to drive through and ended up drowning downstream somewhere!

Judy said...

A study in blue! Nice to see this building reflecting something other than sun and heat!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Interesting how there is greater definition to the clouds in the reflection. This looks like the building at 3rd St. and Earll.

lifeisaroadtrip said...

That is just a gorgeous capture!

Magpie said...

What a great shot! It pays to look in all directions. And I am so thankful for the rain!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's one of the good things about big modern glass building hey Sharon, they make for excellent reflections! Shouldn't you be getting heaps of rain if it's the monsson season?

RedPat said...

I didn't realize that you got monsoons out there.

glenda said...

Great photo, Sharon!

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

Love those big reflective buildings. Except when they're sending the rays of the sun down on me!

Randy said...

Great reflection.

Jack said...

A perfect reflection, Sharon.

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JM said...

Fantastic! It almost looks like a light show during the day.