Shaded area in Barrio Santa Cruz, Sevilla.
When it's 39 degrees (that's 102 degrees Fahrenheit), the only way to survive the heat is to stay in the shade. Carrying a bottle of water everywhere you go - along with a senorita fan - is essential. Also necessary: frequent breaks in air-conditioned spaces, especially between the hours of 3 and 6 p.m., when temperatures soar.
Photo shot through the decorative iron-grillwork window of Starbucks, Avenida de la Constitucion. The air-conditioned interior and slushy mango frappuchino here helps make the heat bearable.
Convent's private patio at Plaza del Cabildo, Sevilla. Images shot with the Leica M9.
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