The d word

 No one’s mentioning the d word but the contrast between the irrigated pasture in the foreground and the dry hills in the distance show how dry it is in North Otago.

 

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It’s even worse further north, apropos of which RivettingKate Taylor asks a very good question.

One Response to The d word

  1. Julie says:

    I’ve been getting out and about a bit over the last month or so, walking and such like, and I’ve been astonished with just how very very brown it is up here. Our own front lawn is quite cracked in places from the heat and lack of rain. While I’m really loving this weather on a personal level, it is starting to get a little worrying…

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