The more I hike the locations which are considered to depict the authentic landscaping and vegetation of my country, the more I feel there are distinct similarities between the patterns and character of the original (authentic) vegetation and landscaping of a location and the visual character of the corresponding climate, e.g. cloud patterns, light peculiarities etc...
Do any of you also see such similarities for your specific location? Would you have pictures that depict this "character" of the locale? Is it just occupational deformation, or is it something tangible?
This is a rather obscure subject. It's no wonder your post has not received any replies.
I get the impression that the vegatation of the land, in general, affects the climate in that particular region. There have been many proposals in Australia to irrigate the arid regions by pumping water through pipes along great distances from the regions that suffer from frequent floods. The general idea is that once vegetation and trees are established in the arid regions, the climate gradually changes to support that vegitation. No doubt this is an oversimplification.