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MUST WATCH: Jaw-dropping film recaps Monsoon 2017

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TUCSON – The power and mystique of the Monsoon, summed up in one incredible short film.

Arizona storm chaser Mike Olbinski recently released “Monsoon IV”, his fourth film recapping the Summer storm season. Olbinski logged 13,000 miles of travel during Monsoon 2017, taking him to the Sonoran Desert, Grand Canyon and New Mexico.

In all, Olbinski shot over 110,000 frames of time-lapse for “Monsoon IV”.

Olbinski said in a blog post, “It’s funny how every year is different. That’s the beauty of chasing the summer storm season out here in the desert southwest. You never know what’s going to happen or what you might see.”

Click here to read his blog about “Monsoon IV”, including technical details on how the film was created.

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