It’s been hot where I live and also hot where I’ve lately been traveling. Peak summer is here.
I’m a big fan of hot weather because the opposite is agony for me. When I’m cold, I’m looking for a place that’s warm.
This is particularly acute in the depths of winter. As the temperature drops, I start plotting my escape. The reverse isn’t true. When it’s hot, I do everything I can to stay hot.
Earlier today I was searching my archives and I came across this portrait that I created in Wasilla, Alaska a while back.
At the time the portrait was created, I remember my subject telling me how mild and bucolic that November was faring and how I was getting cheated out of a real Alaska winter.
Let’s just say that I didn’t feel cheated in the least.
We agreed to disagree about what constitutes thermal comfort. We were in complete agreement on the topic of her stellar espresso.
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