Rain is life! Look at the astonishing difference with the previous shot: Rhumsiki in dry season...
A dramatic rainy season from may to september is typical of northern Cameroon, peaking at around 3200 mm rainfall in august (compared with no rainfall from november to march). The temperature ranges from a minimum of 14C in the night to a maximum of 23C.
Unfortunately the sky is grey quite every day....
And last but not least: this is Sahel!
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Curioso (9271) 2006-08-22 14:16
Hi ALberto, really interesting point of view from those marvellous landscapes. How can you access such areas in the rainy season ? No chance to get stuck byu the mud ?
Yllen (112) 2006-08-23 15:59
Has logrado una captura con una exelente gama de colores y diversas formas en el paisaje. Muy buena la luz en primer lano y las mon tañas lejanas y borrosas. ¡Felicitacioes.
Saludos desde Argentina.
rbcy1974 (20758) 2006-09-10 17:23
very nicely caputreed landscape,
I like the comparison with the previous post, water does make a difference, but I think there is a lot to be learned in Africa about water management and irrigation in order to improve the standard of living
Angshu (55407) 2007-01-10 4:21
I selected this old post (all of which are so interesting) because of the beauty of nature...the rain has helped form the fresh green grass & as our eyes move over the valley, we encounter the steep jagged peaks as they jut into the sky. Even though the sky is a bit OE, the overall greens makes this beautiful