I set up my time-lapse camera before dawn today, determined to catch the entire day’s weather as a time-lapse movie. The resulting movie covers more than 12 hours with 2,800 individual images.
The photos were shot on the southwest corner of Wickenburg. The knobby mountain visible in the first half of the movie is Vulture Peak. After the low clouds moved in, it disappeared from view.
While this isn’t my best effort, it is interesting to see how the weather moved in and changed direction throughout the day. Enjoy.