Posted on January 19, 2013 by Bob Berwyn
Nothing says hot summer day like a dragonfly.
FRISCO —After a chilly start, it ended up being a rather nice week, with some balmy afternoons, considering it’s mid-January. But I still decided it was time for a little break from all the snow, ice and frost pics, so I went back through the archives for warm weather scenes for this weekend warmup photo essay.
A tropical sunset at the end of a hot day in Jamaica.
They don’t have a lot of air conditioning in rural France, but this cool green garden works just as well on a hot summer afternoon.
Hot concrete, cool blue sea.
Evening thunderstorms tower towards a full moon on a hot night in Apalachicola, Florida.
On those chilly winter evenings, try to remember the feeling of warm sand between your toes.
Turneffe Atoll, Belize.
Hot sunset on a Louisiana bayou.
A hot summer day on the Buenos Aires waterfront.
About 95 degrees, 98 percent humidity in NOLA. Hot enough?
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