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Time lapses and video of a Micro-Burst, Haboob, and soft Crepuscular rays captured within and finish to Phoenix, Arizona.
Shot Description

Shot 1: Extremely Huge perspective time Lapse of the evolution of a micro-burst captured finish to Phoenix, Sky Habor airport. The Haboob is additionally forthcoming on this shot, earlier than being knocked down by the rain.

Shot 2: Huge shot time-lapse persevering with the sequence exhibiting extra of the micro-burst. Planes could well also be viewed taking off no matter sturdy crosswinds.

Shot 3: Extremely broad shot time lapse of Crepuscular rays finish to Phoenix Sky Harbor and downtown Phoenix.

Shot Four: Tight shot time-lapse of downtown Phoenix and Airport alter tower with beautiful Crepuscular rays and rain.

Shot 5: Medium shot time-lapse exhibiting the sunshine rays and rain.

Shot 6: Huge time-lapse of a Haboob initiating to manufacture finish to Eloy, Arizona (Pinal County) About 60 miles southeast of Phoenix.

Shot 7: Panning shot exhibiting a gigantic wall of mud (Haboob)

Shot eight: B-roll of Gustnado out in front of the mud storm.

Shot 9: Huge shot time lapse of a Haboob making its manner into Phoenix. The mud begins to dissipate earlier than hitting the airport.

Shot 10: Airplane pushing wait on as mud cloud begins to plan the airport.

Shot 11: Look of mud because it approaches downtown Phoenix.

Shot 12: Planes are taxing out with mammoth micro-burst (rain bomb) close by.

Shot 13: Tight shot of rain foot from the wet micro-burst.

Shot 14: Cue of airplanes lined up ready for takeoff.

Shot 15: Crepuscular rays and an airplane taxing after touchdown

Shot sixteen: A rainy tarmac and airplane on the gate.

Shot 17: Two airplanes are taxing to the runway, as every other takes off.

Shot 18: Two extra airplanes parked on wet tarmac.

Shot 19: Huge shot of airplanes parked on the wet tarmac.

Shot 20: Panning shot of a world 747 taking off after a tight departure lengthen.

SID: Bryan Snider & Mike Olbinski

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