If you have any doubt that the end times are near, wipe it away. I drove through blinding rain on Tuesday in the Mojave desert. You know – desert – cactus – dry heat. No, no, no. It was very wet and rather cool. There was a flash flood warning in the desert.
Who says we humans can’t screw up things like the weather?
This photo was taken after the storm’s worst was finished. You can see the clouds trying to break. At one point I was driving 30 mph in a 70 mph zone and considering pulling over. But, by that time, most people had, so I pretty much had the road to myself.
It did result in some beautiful vistas – none of which my little digital did justice to. I was wishing that I had a “real” camera with me. But, I didn’t and therein lies the rub. If I didn’t have the digital, I wouldn’t have any. So, there you go.