Lens-Artists Challenge #24 – Seasonal

It has been a good year for many parts of Texas. Due to the spring rain, everything that could turn green had outdone itself, and rain continued onto part of summer and fall.

I like summer only because hubby and I get to travel to cooler places.

Summer in Scotland looks a bit of cold.

There are many places in the world have only two seasons, dry and wet.

Like Hawaii, Miami is a great place to escape winter. It was at the mid 80 F in late November, we took a pleasant long walk along the beach in the afternoon into evening. Tropical monsoon climate of Miami divides a year into two seasons.

Countries with two seasons have longer growing season, for example, Thailand has three harvests a year.

Most of the time, winter in Texas is mild, it has been high 60s F during daytime these days. But the East Coast had heavy rain and flooding along the coast and snow and ice…

Texas, like other Gulf Coast states, is vulnerable to hurricanes and tropical storms during hurricane season. Texas is important to bird migrants. During hurricane season, it has immediate effect on bird migration depending on the seasonal timing and geographic location of the storms/hurricanes.

Many places have experienced extreme climate changes. It makes you wonder if this will become the new norm pattern. It’s worrisome.

Tis the season:

Enjoy the Holiday Season!

Thanks to Tina for this week’s “Seasonal” Photo Challenge. Her “Four Seasons” is beautifully presented through her lens and eloquent words. Please join our Seasonal Photo Challenge. Remember to tag your post.

Don’t forget to tune in next week for Patti’s challenge at her Pilotfish blog.

Thank you for visiting.

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