Snow Just Fell In Arizona Desert And Even Though These Frosty Photos Look Beautiful, It Might Be A Serious Problem


You wouldn’t normally expect snowfall in a place like Arizona, but last week Mother Nature decided to play a little trick on the locals by covering the Sonoran Desert in a fresh layer of snow. Many locals were surprised by such an event and quickly starter flooding social networks with pictures of snowy desert landscapes. Continue reading »

Arizona Desert “Boneyard” – World’s Largest Storage Site for Old Military Planes


The sun sets over C-130 cargo planes at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group boneyard at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Ariz. on Thursday, May 14, 2015. The 309th is the United States Air Force’s aircraft and missile storage and maintenance facility and provides long and short-term aircraft storage, parts reclamation and disposal. (Photo by Matt York/AP Photo) Continue reading »

Beautiful Canyons Of Arizona

Rain evaporates in the sky before reaching the Colorado River fed Lake Powell outside Page, Arizona, April, 14, 2015. (Photo by Jim Urquhart/Reuters)
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Arizona’s Antelope Canyon

Arizona’s Antelope Canyon taken by amateur photographer Gregory Boratyn. (Gregory Boratyn/Rex Features)

Glen Canyon Dam in Page, Arizona

Water pours from river outlet tubes during an experimental high flow release from the Glen Canyon Dam in Page, Arizona, November 19, 2012. The total maximum release from the dam will reach approximately 42,300 cubic feet per second – 27,300 cfs of full-capacity powerplant releases and a bypass release through four river outlet tubes sending 15,000 cfs of water out over the Colorado River, according to an Interior Department statement. The release is part of a long-term protocol announced in May by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to meet water and power needs and resolve problems with downstream sediment and non-native fish predation on the Colorado River below the dam. (Bob Strong/Reuters)