Fogs hardly come to us in the tropics. But our area is around 100 masl, so fogs visit us once-in-a while during the wet season. It was zero visibility beyond a 10-meter radius, and the fog stayed even after 9:00am. Normally, this time the sun is already up there, today i can still stay outside and take photos. Somehow, i feel like we are in a sub-tropical country, I start to think what happens if there is a hail. There is climate change, so it might not be impossible to have hail in the tropics. If this is climate change, I love it.
The coconut palms infested by mealy bugs and aphids during the dry season, now seem fully free of the infestations. The insects do not like the wet and cold temperatures.
That is a big acacia tree (Samanea saman), where a lot of birds converge and roost during the dry season. I wonder where they hide now this time of the year! Only a few crows visit it when the rains stopped.