Another meteorological 4K timelapse from the Lord of the Storms.
Video by: Mike Olbinski
– Canon EOS 5DS R
– Canon EOS 5D Mark III (2)
– Canon 11-24mm f/4 16-35mm, 35mm, 50mm, 135mm
– LR Timelapse
– After Effects
– Premiere Pro
Kerry Muzzey – Revenge / Revenge: Epilogue
A little more info:
Monsoon is traditionally defined as a seasonal reversing wind accompanied by corresponding changes in precipitation, but is now used to describe seasonal changes in atmospheric circulation and precipitation associated with the asymmetric heating of land and sea.
The North American monsoon occurs from late June or early July into September, originating over Mexico and spreading into the southwest United States by mid-July. It affects Mexico along the Sierra Madre Occidental as well as Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, West Texas and California. It pushes as far west as the Peninsular Ranges and Transverse Ranges of Southern California, but rarely reaches the coastal strip (a wall of desert thunderstorms only a half-hour’s drive away is a common summer sight from the sunny skies along the coast during the monsoon). The North American monsoon is known to many as the Summer, Southwest, Mexican or Arizona monsoon. It is also sometimes called the Desert monsoon as a large part of the affected area are the Mojave and Sonoran deserts. However, it is debatable whether the North and South American weather patterns with incomplete wind reversal should be counted as true monsoons.
Absolutely fantastic work. Must see.