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  • Alla Shishkanova

    The July 5th Phoenix Haboob by Mike Olbinski

  • Kim Hutchinson Mikeal

    Mike Olbinski, I like it in color better; Phoenix Haboob A haboob (Arabic: هَبوب‎ "strong wind") is a type of intense duststorm carried on an atmospheric gravity current. Haboobs are regularly observed in arid regions throughout the world

  • Allen Bouta

    Dust storm in Phoenix Arizona. Photo credit, Mike Olbinski,

  • Where's My Crown?

    Monster Phoenix Dust Storm

  • Blue Water

    A massive haboob, or dust storm, rolled through Arizona 8/25/13.

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