Photography of some tree and leaves in a beautiful city

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The heat was in May and June, and the July sun is still scorching. Such a long-term weather “gift” is not without ramifications. As a result, all reservoirs became more shallow. But, while this is a predictable alignment, I was surprised to see the effect on trees for the first time.

So, for example, poplars, which recently threw off their fluff, suddenly began to shed their leaves.

It is all the fault of this abnormal heat, which at first gave a rapid flowering of vegetation, and now it is beginning to destroy it.

If it does not rain in the next several days, all of the other trees will turn yellow and fall off, following the poplars.

Short-term rains are not even able to nail down the dust, let alone saturate the earth.

After a thunderstorm with a downpour, the puddles dry up before our eyes.

After a thunderstorm with a downpour, the puddles dry up before our eyes.

Poplar was probably the most vulnerable to such drought.

We look forward to further.




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