Monday, February 4, 2013

2013, Day 35 - Melting in winter

I can't believe that the weather we had while in Cambodia was considered mild.  The sun was merciless and there was rarely any air movement so it was like living in a giant sauna and in the hottest part of the year it would reach temperatures fifteen to twenty degrees hotter than what we experienced.  I always thought that it was only hipsters who wear scarves in the summer but I found that the krama, a traditional Cambodian scarf made of cotton, was great to keep the sun off my neck and head plus it served to help keep sweat from running into my eyes.  It isn't the same reason hipsters wear scarves in summer but at least they can be completely functional.

Canon 1D X, Canon 70-200/f2.8L IS Mark II
200mm, f4, 1/1250 sec @ 100 ISO

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