Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cooling
Summer’s heat is on; many places in the US hit triple digits this month. Cooling down is much needed.
This week Ann-Christine is taking us to a spectacular place in the Verzasca Valley of Tessin, Switzerland for her fondest memory of cooling.
While suffering through the Texas heat, I miss the Southern California beaches. Last year at this time, daytime temps were around 70 degrees F. An ideal place to cool down for summer.
Banff, Canada, the highest town in Canada at an elevation of 4,540 feet (1,384 meters), is a beautiful place for a summer vacation.
Summers in the Lake of Louise consist of frosty mornings and crisp, cool days. The emerald green water, rugged peaks, and glaciers are so dramatically beautiful!
In many other places, you’ll have to wait until sun goes down for cooling.
Oh… how I’d love to be a kid again. 🙂
Ann-Christine has invited us to join this week’s Lens-Artists Challenge “Cooling”, Click here to enjoy her beautiful photos.
Looking forward to seeing your photos of cooling.
For more information about the Len-Artists Photo Challenge, click here.
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