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Drive-by photo of a part of NLEX or North Luzon Expressway.

Though a bit drab because of the lack of vegetation, still a nice relaxing view for me. Except when the farmers burn dried leaves from their rice harvest.

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Dusty When It’s Windy

Summer is here and that means we get to see a lot of brown outdoors: dried leaves, dried grass, and dust.

Zambales during Summer

On this same road though not in this area but from where this bridge used to be, we have encountered a “sand storm” where strong winds blew off the sand from the dry river. These are not actually sands from the river bed but from dried lahar (or mud flow from a volcano).

I’d rather it is hot with some rain showers than have a lot of rains which cause flooding. Of course, the hot weather means crops die too but too much rain causes more damage to people and properties than just dying crops.