Texture by Nancy Claeys, nc-0607, hard light
Wet is it NOT here today. Unless you consider wearing the air at 55% humidity, wet. Yesterday and today’s temps are in the low 90sF (32C) with a heat index of 100F (38C).
The Harvard Law states: Under controlled conditions of light, temperature, humidity and nutrition, the organism will do as it damn well pleases.
9 thoughts on “Wearing the air at Water World Wednesday”
Hi Lisa, I appreciate the visit to my blog, so I am here to visit yours. When you live in the Eastern U.S. , it is always humid. I am so thankful for air conditioning.
What a great line: “wearing the air” ! That is worth quoting.
Quotations are one of my favorite forms of writing.
The picture of the flower is beautiful.
I am just learning a little bit about photography and how to use my Sony point and shoot.
Thank you for stopping by Rob! I can’t imagine a day like this one without AC! Hope you have a great time using your Sony!
Stunning photo the texture is perfect!
Thank you for joining Water World Wednesday
Lisa, this is absolutely gorgeous!
Lucky you with those temps.
We struggled to reach 60 today.
Lovely photo. It was crazy hot and sweaty here today…and summer it not even officially here yet!
Water is water! Love your photos and the great editing.
Lisa, that photo is just STUNNING! Love the ‘textured effect’ because it looks like a PAINTING!
*two very enthusiastic thumbs up*
And same here, today it was sooooooo hot. Well, not actually hot, but the humidity was so high that it felt hotter than what it was. I used to live in Florida, so I’m used to it. Yet, I don’t like it. And when you live in a city, the heat and humidity is magnified because of the all the cement and brick buildings. Oy vey!
Stay cool, my friend!
Love the quote, seems to be true. Even your flower is sweating! 🙂 Hope you find some a/c.
You’re photos are amazing – always! The humidity is always the thing I dread about the summer here. We live in an area with one of the ‘least pleasant’ climtaes in Italy – cold damp, foggy winters and hot humid summers – the damp is can kill your spirit (but not mine 🙂 and the humidity just kills my energy levels …..