WPC: Warmth

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November in Sydney and the temperatures soared to 36 degrees (and I am talking centigrade here) for almost a week.  People flocked to the beaches to bake in the warmth of the sun.

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Heyjude

I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

34 thoughts on “WPC: Warmth”

    1. Well I hope I have sent you some virtual warmth Sammy 🙂
      I think you have to be very young, and very slim to get away with being topless – and who wants to bake in the sun like that anyway? Not me, give me a nice shady spot and a cool glass of wine and I am happy.

      1. No kidding – I just laughed out loud because you wrote ‘click to enlarge photo’ and the first was the hint of breasts. I thought I should hand the I-pad to Hub 😊

        I don’t think I’d have bared them even in my youth -as you say, heat on that tender skin just seemed it’d be painful.

        We have bright sunshine today before flurries tomorrow. As long as I get sunny interludes I’ll make it through January!

  1. You were a true photo-journalist, Jude – out there doing your most rewarding thang regardless of weather !
    And, of course, you always are …
    Happy memories of you, m’dear.

    1. Too kind of you M-R 😉
      This was one of those hot Sydney days, in fact the storm clouds gathered as I was taking these photos and within an hour it was actually raining!

    1. Sadly Tina I am back in the northern hemisphere now, so although my son and family still enjoy days like these, I have frosty days at the moment… 🙂

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