In the Southwest desert, quiet and still, lies the dry river bed known as an arroyo.
Arroyos are secret pathways -hot, sandy and underestimated.
Yet, stories passed down of this wonderous, enigmatic terrain always include the antithesis, Monsoon.
The monsoon storms fall with drama; thunder, lightening, and water - precious water.
Quickly filling the sandy basins, the once dry riverbed is now roaring with rainwater quenching the desert’s thirst, nourishing life on the surface and deep into the roots of this mysterious domain.