Here in the Everglades National Park in sub-tropical southern Florida is a good example. The top picture was taken in late September as the rainy season was winding down and “sea of grass” is lush and green. The bottom picture was taken in the same area in late April as the dry season is ending and the first of the replenishing afternoon thunderstorms are forming to herald in the next rainy season. And so the cycle continues.
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