Weekly Photo Challenge: Hot (Second Offering)

Hot Sand
Hot Sand - Canet-en-Roussillon

My Wife and Son decided to take a walk out on the sand in the midday sun – I decided photographing them was the better part of valour 😉



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    1. Thanks 🙂 – it’s on the Mediterranean coast of France. I believe they use tractors for maintenance purposes and – from the patterns – probably for fun too!

  1. I like this photo, it just looks hot and, yeah, I would have done the same, taken the photo like you did. then I would have run after them. Ever see a 60+ year old man run? It’s interesting. I’m just a kid at heart… 🙂

    And I love B&W photo’s…

    1. Thanks Jake – you and me both! But fortunately, the sea is just outside the crop at the top and I’m on the nice cool promenade 🙂

  2. Very impressive picture. Love their shadows that look like they are reluctantly following. Great B&W. This photo just truly works for HOT. They look hot. I can barely budge out of the A/C to water the plants. If I was about 40 years younger, can’t believe I can say that, but if I was 40 years younger I would run for that water and have the time of my life!

    1. LoL – I wouldn’t run for the water… you’ll be expecting me to have a bath next 😉 I know what you mean – dive into the sea and get some relief from that sun! We don’t have too much of an issue with the heat. My Wife is African and I’m quite good at covering up with a broad brimmed hat and long sleeves. But – I know painful feet when I see them and you wouldn’t have got me out on that sand for any money 🙂

    1. Well, she’s the one who chose to go there 😉 Thanks – we had a pleasant stroll along the promenade after, which was somewhat cooler!

  3. Wow! It’s a little uncomfortable to look at this photo for very long, as I can almost feel the heat of the bright sunlight. Great capture!

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