This month's challenge is 'Boy it's Hot Out There!!'
(#9) Rick wrote: "Saw this on my bike ride this morning. Had to go back with the camera for a "couldn't pass it up" shot. I can see why! Plus, he got in some extra exercise AND camera time! Life is good. Taken with his Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens at 58mm, ISO 200, f/11, 1/100.
(#8) I am sweating just looking at this heat! Unfortunately, there is no metadata for this one. Its as probably burned off!
(#0) Tom took his Nikon D600 out early! At 5:30 in the morning the sun already gives out a feeling of "It's going to be hot out there". Taken with a Tokina 11-16mm lens at ISO 100, f/4.8, 1/90.
(#7) Diane rode the train from Denver to Chicago, did a lot of walking around and then flew home. She sent this series for the challenge. I think this one is my favorite! I hope that is a cool pinot grigio. Taken with her Sony.
(#6) What fun! And only if it is HOT. Taken with her Panasonic.
(#5) No winter wear here!
(#4) Yep, Chicago must have been in a heat wave. Taken with her Sony.
(#3) Cory wrote: "When the grass is crunchy and the water hole's dry, boy, it's hot out there!" Yep! Looks dry and HOT. Taken with her iPhone.
(#2) Steve gives us an impression of heat in the most extreme image! Taken with a Canon EOS 5DS and a 50mm prime lens at ISO 100, f/9, 1/2500.
(#1) Charlotte wrote: "This is what happens to my neighbor's grapes when . . . 'Boy it's Hot Out There!' These look the way I feel after getting into my hot car. Good representation of the theme. Taken with Canon SX60 HS at 9mm, ISO 200, f4.5, 1/200.