The Springs look like this only during the summer months, the recent rains yesterday and again earlier today up on or near to Mount Charleston have likely added to the humidity. Remember, this is the Mojave Desert. Our usual humidity number is five percent to forty percent.

Or something near that so this morning when I stepped outside, the humidity was noticeably higher. One becomes accustomed to the lack of humidity and high temperatures here over a period of time, like anywhere else. Except possibly Florida? Just kidding…

Categories:Las Vegas, Mojave Desert, Nevada, Nikon, Photography

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  1. John, you’ve still captured these clouds beautifully.

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  2. Can we send our bugs to Florida? They’d fit right in.

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