Blistering Heat * Thirty-Three Images

heat 1 heat 2 heat 3 heat 4 heat 5 heat 6 heat 7 heat 8 heat 9 heat 10 heat 11 heat 12 heat 13 heat 14 heat 15 heat 16 heat 17 heat 18 heat 19 heat 20 heat 21 heat 22 heat 23 heat 24 heat 25 heat 26 heat 27 heat 28 heat 29 heat 30 heat 31 heat 32 heat 33 original artwork by j e lattimer

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11 thoughts on “Blistering Heat * Thirty-Three Images

    1. Thank you very much– I really appreciate the comment! Every time that I think about taking a break from all of this I find myself returning with another long set of images– I am constantly documenting various observations through various forms of art, but then sharing them takes more time, requires going the extra miles, so it’s always a relief to see that people are enjoying it all! Keep up the great work over there, take care!

    1. Thank you very much, Millie! I go through phases where nearly everything I produce will be in color for weeks at a time, then I’ll flip over to black and white for awhile. There have also been a few posts on here where I have created the set in color and then turned the color off on copies of the images before sharing them publicly! Keep up the fantastic work over there– Something about your style always has the ability to cheer me up! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Yousei– I love willow trees as well and can rarely resist photographing them whenever passing by– I especially like the way they look in black and white, with slightly adjusted contrast! Anyway, thanks for the comment and have a wonderful day!

    1. Thank you very much! I spent a few days working on this in between other stuff that’s going on right now– Was initially tempted to add warm colors to it, but ultimately decided that I enjoyed it more in black and white– Have a great day / holiday over there! 🙂

      1. You have a great day too! And be safe, too – with all the general craziness that surrounds the day o.O

        And — I’m glad you left the series in B&W — 🙂

  1. Thank you for liking “Happy Fourth of July.” I like this series of images because they look like etchings, and I enjoy black-and-white photos and artwork in general. In addition, these images really do capture the experience of blistering heat. I guess blistering heat is on my mind because next week the temperature will be hovering in the 100 degree range here in Sacramento. I like summer, but it does get hot here! 🙂

    1. Thank you very much for the great comment– I know exactly what you mean! Currently near the dead center of the nation right now and the heat index / humidity with go over 110 here on the really bad days. The air is so thick and doing anything outside during the daytime can be almost unbearable at times! I’m really not designed for this type of heat, already counting down the days until the fall and winter arrive! Keep up the great work over there and enjoy the day! 🙂

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