Remembrance of Summer

David Williams Photography Remembrance of Summer

Every now and then I will take my camera out to the backyard to see if there’s anything I can capture and ran across a puddle with one of Devon’s old bikes on top of it, it made me wish for warmer weather! Now, let me tell you, I am person who dislikes the heat! Anything over 65F (about 18C) and I start to melt (not to mention I get a tad grumpy)! It’s rather odd that lately I’ve been yearning for warmer weather and…/gasp…the sun to actually stay for awhile!

f/2.8 | 1/125 | iso 100| Canon 70-200 f/2.8L IS II USM @ 200mm


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21 thoughts on “Remembrance of Summer

  1. I love this reflection and all the detail in the bike, and the out of focus front wheel and spokes.
    I am with you on the weather, though I think I am good up to about 20 or 22 degrees. Maybe its a northwest coast thing. Or, maybe we just tell ourselves that this is our comfort limit, since its pretty much the best we can hope for 🙂

  2. Nice photo. My wife would totally agree with you about the heat David, as she is from Scotland, and she can’t bear it. For me living in Maryland, it’s the humidity I worry about. Especially with my gear.

  3. A very interesting shot..reminded me of my school days driving in between the puddles and getting wet on the way back home…great!! 😀

  4. when camera in the hands of creative minds, photograpy is great… This is so clear you are one of them dear David, how beautiful… you are amazing. Fascinated me. By the way I hate too about thesee temperatures… but I also hate to be in cold too… should in spring or autumn always for me… Thank you, with my love, nia

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