Anyone in Arizona will be mildly concerned to hear that a vortex in reality opened up, and it's soon to suck your state into another dimension. Or, at least, that what this looks like. Actually, it's a common meteorological phenomenon seen from an uncommon vantage point.
This photo looks like a hole in reality is drawing Arizona into the depths of hell. (Or, if you're an optimist, straight up to heaven.) It's not a vortex, and, amazingly, it's not photoshop. It's a rarely-noticed but not uncommon phenomenon called anti-crepuscular rays. Crepuscular comes from a latin words and means "relating to twilight." (If a Spanish-speaker asks you to see Crepúsculo, they're asking you to watch Twilight with them.) At twilight, particularly if it's a cloudy or dusty twilight, people will see what look like distinct rays emanating from the sun. These are crepuscular rays.