IntroductionThe hot sun can be brutal. This time of year, you can see its effects wherever you look—from sunburned tourists to the cracks where seasonal ponds used to be, to the dry and weathered wood of unprotected structures. The cool thing about this otherwise uncool destruction is that it gives you lots of opportunities for photographs. Weathered surfaces are full of rich texture, and texture is infinitely photogenic.
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David Peterson is the creator of Digital Photo Secrets, and the Photography Dash and loves teaching photography to fellow photographers all around the world. You can follow him on Twitter at @dphotosecrets or on Google+.