There was a heavy thunder storm around Arches National Park on May 23. I got there about the time the sun set. I wish I had more time (light) to photograph the water.
The brightest Camelopardalid meteor I was able to photograph was during one of my test exposures. I saw a few but not where I had my camera pointed.
There was evidence of flooding all through the park the next morning and Delicate Arch was closed due to flooding. I was on the road when the storm hit. It was pretty heavy rain for this area.
The long exposure not only gave the clouds a little motion effect it also removed the two people playing around in the arch (Photoshop not needed).
When I was young I tried to catch every lizard I saw. Now I just photograph them. The lizards seem to like me much more now.
Though there was a big storm just before sunset, the sky cleared up before midnight. There was a canyon wren nearby singing the whole time (till 2:30 a.m.) and toads were out calling after the rain. It was a beautiful night in the desert.