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  • Photoshoot Part II: Le Train Tracks.

    Hi! Hola! Omg, it is a 100 degrees in Chicago today with a heat index of around 110 degrees! So I sit in my cubicle with a cardigan on freezing as the air conditioner blasts cold air, then I step outside to catch the train home and I melt in the 110 degree heat index. Weather whiplash! I don't know if I have heat exhaustion or am catching a cold from the air conditioner!! But hey, we wanted summer, now we got it-- gotta soak it up cause in winter time I will daydream about this heat index. :)
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    Speaking of heat, this is PART II of the impromptu photoshoot my friend alex and I had last week, of which it was around 98degrees outside that day too, luckily it was windy, so the breeze would help deal with the sun but also made my hair flap all over my face, which you can see with some of these pics :).
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    See these pics with a still train track behind me... LIES! We met up for picture-taking fun after work which meant CrAzY RUSH HOUR -- Metra trains were passing every 5 mins! So we had to get these shots in quickly before the guard rails came down and rushed us off the tracks. 
    
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    Remember I mentioned it was windy that day? Here you go. I was fighting with the wind trying to keep my shirt in tact & hair outta my face... it was a hopeless battle. :)
    
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    And that was our random picture taking adventure on the train tracks! Rush hour traffic, trains every 5minutes, 98degrees of heat & wind whipping my hair in my face, now THAT IS A GOOD TIME! :) Seriously! I had a blast getting some summer-time photos in! :) A special thank you to my buddy Alex who was down for the photo-taking adventure :)
    Alex's website // twitter


    Now, tell me: What's the weather like where you live? Is it HOT?




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