North Adelaide this (Hot) Week

Hot Day

The dawn of a hot day. We are in a prolonged heat wave of 40C temperatures as I write.

hot sky

The mornings are beautiful. Quiet, cooler. But soon it heats up.

hot inside

We keep the blinds down, to keep the house cool.

hot buildings

It is a scorcher.

no on in street

Few people venture out into the street in the middle of the day.  Only crazy people and photographers.

bin hot

Even the bins seem to be burning up.

hot post box

And the postboxes have left town, it is too hot.

hot seats

The cafes are vacant.

hot icecream

And someone’s icecream melted too quickly, far too quickly.

hot can

More evidence of ways to keep cool. A cold JB.

hot cap

A beer cap?

hot plants

Cacti wilt in the heat.

cool drink

But I stay deliciously cool.

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About Ganga108

Heat in the Kitchen, Cooking with Spirit. Temple junkie, temple builder, temple cleaner. Lover of life, people, cultures, travel. Champion of growth, change and awareness. Taker of photos. Passionate about family. Happy.
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8 Responses to North Adelaide this (Hot) Week

  1. Suganya says:

    I would have stayed away from that ice cream on the sidewalk. But the pics capture the essence of your posts. Its HOT out there :)

  2. Asha says:

    We had that scorching hot weather here too in Summer. It’s lot better now. We even had snow last weekend!! That drink looks deliciously cool and yummy indeed! Enjoy!:)

  3. Namratha says:

    Oh my, it must be really burning up there….lovely pics!! Where did all the post boxes go???? :D

  4. Nandita says:

    What a lovely way to convey the mood around….BTW any interest in cricket that the final Indo Aus Test match being played in Adelaide…can imagine the state of the poor players :P

  5. ellaella says:

    Great photos. I feel for you. It gets that hot in summer here too. Cooking is not even a possibility then.

  6. Xander says:

    Great photo essay. It’s rather impressive that you were able to convey the scorching heat through your subtle images. -X

  7. Cynthia says:

    I second Xander, this was a great photo essay.

  8. VegeYum says:

    Hi everyone – back from holidays. Thanks for your lovely comments. It is a bit cooler at the moment – just under 30C. Tomorrow it gets hot again, but at least my aircon is fixed now!

    I was in India when the Indian cricket team played in Adelaide. I am not sure how hot it was then. It sure is an exciting series!

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