I wouldn’t have believed it would rain every single day in the arid scrub land of western Wyoming during the past three weeks — but it did. This made camping less fun, but did provide some amazing opportunities for photographing clouds and thunderstorms. Here a few examples of the kinds of weather we experienced.
Taken through the window of a car going 70 mph — a rain cloud dumping its moisture on the sagebrush scrub.
How about this for a little drama? It was sprinkling on me but raining further away.
The benefit of all this summer rain is all the lush perennials that spring up along the roadside. There was an amazing diversity of color.
Before the storms, big puffy clouds gathered overhead. This one is for you, trip leader!
But these pronghorn bucks don’t care if it rains or shines. They are just happy to eat the sagebrush.