Not only wordless but breathless as well. The photo conveys the haziness you feel when it's that hot. It's beautiful this morning though!
Mary, such a beautiful capture!Ugh, 104F here in Philly ... you beat us!
Lovely. Seems Victorian.
Yes, you need to say more. You need to explain how you could even step outside to take this - gorgeous as it is. ;)I hate to say it - it hasn't been too bad here, at all. Just a short stint of summery weather and, today, it's very cool (cold toes) and about to rain. I think that you need to move your kitchen cabinets to VT. My street is pleasant - OMG - btw, the house at the top of the hill (it's gorgeous!!!) is for sale - gasp!!!er, think about it.=D
so stunning .. both photo and temp
The hottest I have experienced since moving from Maryland to Virginia. Because of the humidity, the heat index was 133 degrees, and my cotton blossoms are alive and well. I posted photos of them resting in their shaded leaves. ahhhh...... the Southern Belles that they are.
So gorgeous, love the smooth bokeh and I would love the heat - I am freezing here in Sweden, cannot even call it summer... Hugs!
I will no longer complain of our 100 degree day:) That is hellish!
Beautiful image so soft and gentle.
So very beautiful Mary. I have never felt that kind of heat and dont know if I want too.
I wanted to write to say I read the article in Artful Blogging and I enjoyed reaching about your blog - I love your photography, your writing etc - I also have a Photography Blog @ www.kristinelivinginthemoment.blogspot.com - I would love for you to come and join me on this journey ... ~Kristine
Looks like the mists of morning. Lovely.
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