It rained the past few days in the southern part of South Africa. In Struisbaai and L’Agulhas (the southern most part of Africa) rain from the south east means it comes directly from cold fronts on the sea. This time, as many times before, it caused flooding. The next photo is not one of mine, but forwarded from my brother who lives in the area.
The following are my own. I took them in my garden when it started raining. So far in nearly 24 hours, we have received 70mm+ of rain. We had to drain the swimmingpool somewhat twice already. I was trigger happy. I enter these photo’s for Jez’s Water Water Everywhere; Cee’s CMMC May macro as well as CBWC; and Cee’s FOTD and Patti of Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Focusing on the Details.
This one is for Becky’s Bright Squares
Echevirias are the Lord’s perfect water catchment system. From the centre, the fleshy leaves distribute moisture directly to the roots.
and last but not the least, the rainbow appeared yesterday just before the rain started in earnest.