Paradox of the pine flatwoods sky

You know those perfect cloudy days when the sun still gets through?

This was one of them.

Scenic swamp of sun and shadows
February 2012

The rest of the week the cloud cover was thick (with periodic spitting rain).

Of course for most of the dry season we can count on a sky of mostly blue.

One of the paradoxes of the sunny dry season is that if we’re going to have a shadowless stretch of leaden skies, we’ll most likely have it then.

During the summer rainy season we see the sun almost every day.

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