Yellow Wind in Seoul

Set up my camera for a time-lapse from my apartment window, and it turned out to be a pretty epic day for the yellow wind storms from China. Glad I didn’t have to go anywhere that day – I wouldn’t want to be one of those people down there on a day like this.
“Yellow Wind” refers to the wind which comes from China bearing sand of the Gobi desert mixed with toxic particles. Every year around March, this wind blankets much of South Korea and parts of Japan, along with China’s own cities, like Beijing.
Scientists have detected traces of the wind on the west coast of North America.