The dry tracks through the savannah are turning to sand and dust. In contrast, the creeks still supply patches of trees with enough water to keep them green. The runner up today was taken earlier in the day, a few hundred yards from this one.
James Broscombe spent 520 days between March 2009 and October 2010 living in the remote Deep South of Guyana. Living in an Amerindian Village in a tradition thatch house enabled James to makes friends in the local community and compile a unique daily photo blog exploring lifestyles and customs of the Amerindian people of the North Amazon region.