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Project 52 Photos: Hot

August 21, 2015 Sarah Coggins

Last Saturday between the Fire Truck Parade and park fun, we took a break to visit Crema on Fayetteville Street for ice cream. Something cool & tasty to enjoy and help us cool off on a hot summer afternoon.

Project 52 Photos: Week 33 Hot

Am I stretching the theme a bit? I had thought of other ideas including the fire trucks (because “fire” = hot, right?), but then upon a closer look at this photo, I could clearly see how the ice cream had already begun melting in the short walk from the store (in background) to the park bench where we sat to eat. Definitely a representation of hot.

Did you take a hot photo this week? Join in the fun at any time. Next week’s challenge is structure. Find the full list on Sarah Halstead’s blog here. Thanks to Sarah, Amy, and Angie for hosting each week.

Project 52 Photos

3 Comments

  • Week #34 | Structure | Whimsy & Hope August 28, 2015 at 12:00 am
    […] favorite hot photo is from Sarah. That ice cream looks so amazing!  Here are the themes for the next 52 Weeks. Feel free to join […]
  • Angie Agerter August 30, 2015 at 5:29 pm
    I totally saw the melted part of the ice cream already. What a perfect way to cool off on a hot day with some nice ice cream.
    • Sarah Coggins September 7, 2015 at 8:49 pm
      It was a great excuse to cool off and enjoy a treat! So tasty.

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