Arkansas is going through a bit of a dry period, not uncommon in the summer time. However, summer is also good at cooking up pop-up thunderstorms. This anvil skirted about 30 miles to the south of Little Rock. Its roiling water vapor beautifully lit by the setting sun.

FADING LIGHT -- Whatever fire and thunder this storm had was softened by the light of the setting sun.
cracked mud
FADING FAST -- The last of the moisture from the previous week's storms evaporates from the cracked, dried mud of this former puddle in a clearcut area.

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