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40 Degree Heat  by Anthea  Slade

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Self Portrait taken with Thermal Camera on the 4-1-13 in a 40 Degree Day in Melbourne. It is 10.30 pm at night and still scorching.

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self portrait, 40 degree heat, scorching, thermal camera, still hot at 10 pm, anthea slade

Creating art and writing is like breathing to me, it keeps me alive. If I stop creating my world shrinks and contracts. When I start to create again it expands and is filled with colour. I feel whole. To create is to be completely, unabashedly alive.

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  • Anthea  Slade
    Anthea Sladeover 1 year ago

  • Soxy Fleming
    Soxy Flemingover 1 year ago

    yep, i feel a bit like that too…sure wish it would cool down!

  • My oh my it was a hot day on Friday. Still 40 degrees at 9 pm. Hard to cool down when it is like that. I tried to capture this heat with this series of photo taken with Thermal Camera. Happy 2013 to you Soxy.

    – Anthea Slade

  • Valerie Anne Kelly
    Valerie Anne K...over 1 year ago

  • Thank you valerie for five stars. Wishing yo a wonderful and warm 2013. Greetings to you from Melbourne.

    – Anthea Slade

  • Rhinovangogh
    Rhinovangoghover 1 year ago

    Very interesting work.

  • It was such a hot day Rhino. I tried to capture the heat with this series of self portraits. Thank you for our visit and comment.

    – Anthea Slade

  • banrai
    banraiover 1 year ago

    -2 here this morning….. most warming :)

  • Wow that is cold Banrai. Here in Melbourne it went over 40 degrees. It was sweltering and at 9 pm at night still 40 degrees. It was warm indeed.

    – Anthea Slade

  • madvlad
    madvladover 1 year ago

    hot, hot,i,m not,
    i just appear to be
    but if it gets any hotter
    a flow of gook
    is all i,ll have, left of me

  • LOL Thank you so much Walt for your fabulous poem :) Have a wonderful day.

    – Anthea Slade

  • Guendalyn
    Guendalynover 1 year ago

    AMAZING WORK !!!!

  • Thank you my dear friend.

    – Anthea Slade

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