It suddenly struck me as I thought about what to photos would display seasonal that our seasons are so different depending on where in the world we live and that my summer will not be the summer of eg someone from Greenland. I therefore am going to try and display for the seasonal prompt by Tina some of these differences with one from my part of the world, sub-tropical Queensland, and one from somewhere I’ve travelled.
As we are currently in summer this is where I’ll start.
We get most of our rainfall in the summer – often by afternoon storms that suddenly come from nowhere bringing a cooling down of a hot day.
Greenland in the height of summer never sees the hot days we do and still they look forward to winter because it is easier to get around via dog sledge.
No autumn colours here but perhaps some good mushrooms will be found.
In Switzerland the leaves turn colour and fall.
There is always someone out on the water and these two spent much of winter swimming, sailing, fishing and learning to surf.
Not something one would do in winter in Germany.
I might not swim in the water in Spring but European guests have no trouble.
Spring in Europe sees the camping grounds deserted and nobody sitting around the pool let alone entering it.
This post is in response to Tina’s prompt for the Len-Artists Challenge