The relentless warmth of summer is upon us and I dislike it already. It takes months for me to weary of the rain but only a day to remind me why I find the heat so abominable. While nothing compared to other climates we get humid, the world is sticky in short order, and one sweats constantly in a vain effort to keep cool. Constantly we're told that air conditioning is a decadent luxury that won't see much use but that comes as little comfort when you're sweating into your pillow. I often think that a hammock would be the best way to cope with the heat but it seems an extreme and unnecessary step but one that comes back to me every summer.
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 100/f2.8L IS
100mm, f4, 1/1250 sec @ 640 ISO