Desert Water Dump – Tucson, Arizona

As most readers of JBRish know, I live in the desert southwest. We don’t get much rain, less than twelve inches per year, at our Sonoran Desert home. When it rains, however (especially during “Monsoon Season”), it seems like the heavens open up and pour water onto the land. Photographer Bryan Snider captured a time-lapse of this microburst phenomenon and as you can see, the rain is “dumped” on to the land as though someone has tipped a bucket over it.

You can see more of Bryan Snider’s Work here.