You'd be right! We're smack bang in the middle of our dry season here, having had only 4 mm of rain in four and a half months. That 4 mms mostly fell in April and with less than 1 mm falling in May. So after months without decent rainfall the place is looking fairly dry. There's a whole lot of brown (dead!) grass not only in our yard but in the surrounding bushland as well. This is the dry tropics.
The vistas shots at this time of year would not be great choices for travel brochures photos! I think a caption for the wallaby shot might be "Yeah, mate, this is why we call the place 'Brownsville'! We're exhausted trying to find decent food! Thinking we might have to migrate!"
Of course, while there's a definite lack of rainfall, there are glorious bright sunny skies, lovely cool conditions and very low humidity. The winter is very mild here and, as if to make up for this dry looking landscape, the winter sunrises have been spectacular. That's where we see all the colour these days.
So, if you do drop by, I'll make sure to wake you up nice and early to catch the colour before it disappears! At least that is something to see.
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