Sunday, July 3, 2016

Girl with multi-colored umbrella


The umbrella is to ward off the blistering heat of the sun.

19 comments:

RedPat said...

It really makes a difference!

Blogoratti said...

I can't imagine how hot it is out there. Greetings and nice shot!

Michelle said...

Blistering heat is spot on!

Kay said...

Nice pop of color. And I'm sure that shade is very welcome.

Linda said...

Beautiful photo, Lowell, I love the colours!

Weekend-Windup said...

Colorful umbrella! Sounds the hot sun is playing it's role there.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Um "aro-íris" no jardim, gostei desta bela foto.
Um abraço e boa semana.
Andarilhar

Jedidja said...

Heej, that is very special. Here we seen that "paraplu's" only when it's raining :-)

Karl Demetz said...

Against the heat of the sun and against rain, too!
She is equipped for any weather...

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Super shot Lowell, I've been trying to catch an umbrella shot also, but for the rain :)

Cezar and Léia said...

What a beautiful umbrella! I have one just like that from the tourist office of Lux😊
hugs
Leia

Sharon Anck said...

Something I see very often here in the desert!

William Kendall said...

One sees that here as well. I just tie on a bandanna or wear a ball cap.

magiceye said...

Everything so bright and beautiful!

stardust said...

The umbrella would be all weather umbrella both for sun and rain. It’s so convenient when weather is fickle in summer. Though it is rainy season here, it has been sultry under the burning sun with the highest temperature F97 yesterday. When I go out, I wear a wide-brim hat and use a parasol.

Yoko

Halcyon said...

I understand why it's needed!

Kate said...

I have a huge one just like that one!

Gunn said...

You will only see that by Asian tourists over here:)

Small City Scenes said...

No umbrellas here---even in the rain you can always tell a Washingtonian---no umbrella! and as for heat the high yesterday was 59 and very enjoyable.
MB

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