Monsoon.

I was in the rural parts of our district over the week end, where the monsoon has been very active. It is breathtakingly beautiful.
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14 Responses to Monsoon.

  1. We could sure use something like that! Most of the TV weather map for New Mexico was bright red tonight — hot, dry, and fire danger.
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  2. I agree. I really is beautiful and peaceful. Makes a great view to enjoy life on siestas. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Grannymar says:

    I didn’t know you were in Ireland for the weekend! 😉
    That scene has a real look of Ireland to it – gunmetal skies and lush greenery.
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  4. Big John says:

    “breathtakingly beautiful” … Yes, but also quite frightening.

    • Where this photograph was taken, there is nothing to fear. The frightening areas right now are up in the Himalayas. This place is at the foothills of our Western Ranges along the Krishna river.

  5. shackman says:

    I love the big thunderstorms -I just wish they didn’t spawn those darn tornados

    • Luckily, we do not get tornadoes here but the annual monsoon brings with it some devastation. This particular photo is from a currently safe place.

  6. tammyj says:

    smiles from a forever rain and thunderstorm lover.
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  7. Keith says:

    Ah yes, the Monsoons, also known as the wet season in the Territory. 12 months of wet & humidity! I am glad I moved to New England.
    Regards, Keith.

    • While right now the humidity is high, it is compensated for by a low maximum temperature of around 27 deg C. During the non monsoon eight years, Pune is blessed with low humidity, breezy conditions.

  8. Lovely! We have a big thunderstorm rolling in now.
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