hot, Hot, Hot

Ohh man, we have another heat wave on the East coast. Yesterday my car was showing 107F,  and it is right around there, the official temperatures somewhere around 103-105F, so hot. Most of the flowers in my garden started to die, I had to do some heavy duty prolonged watering all around the house.

As you might guess, to fight the heat, I have a fairly cool, I mean, showing cool and cold environment, photo.  This is another one taken on the Mt Hood, nice cool sunset. Enjoy and have a great Sunday!

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14 Responses to hot, Hot, Hot

  1. LA Edwards says:

    And in Portland we are not exactly boiling from the heat. It has been unseasonably colder than normal. I guess if I had to choose, I would prefer our temperatures, to those experienced by you. Mt. Hood still has plenty of snow by the way.

  2. Great image…..and if it helps you to ‘keep your cool’ all the better. Our problem over here in the U.K. are record levels of rainfall…..but that is after several months of unseasonal drought

  3. John says:

    It is nice to see something cool. Ungodly heat here on the Coast of NC. 104 Friday, Upwards of 105 yesterday. Perhaps 100 today. The heat is one thing but the humidity is right around 75-80 % which only adds to the misery. Stay Cool my friend.

  4. John says:

    Yes indeed! Upper eighties, low nineties in Michigan all this coming week. A scorching summer so far. A polar opposite of the image.

  5. gosh all i have to say is jz WOW!!!

  6. Thanks for the cool image. We’ll be 108 today in southern AZ.

  7. Bella Remy Photography says:

    Awesome! Chilled me right away

  8. I’m with you on the east coast melting. The winter picture you posted is a site for sore eyes!

  9. Beautiful photo, Dmitrii! Cool idea!

  10. nyparrot says:

    We are clinging to Air Conditioners here in New York too.:) Fantastic photo!

  11. I like the way the shadows stretch across the snow and the thin clouds stretch across the sky – mirroring each other.

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