Last on the Card, September 2020
This is a fun challenge from Brian at Bushboys World.
The rules are simple:
1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 30th September.
2. No editing – who cares if it is out of focus, not framed as you would like or the subject matter didn’t cooperate.
3. You don’t have to have any explanations, just the photo will do
4. Create a Pingback to this post or link in the comments
5. Tag “The Last Photo”
Here are the last photos on the card from Brian for September.
My own photo is pathetic! We have Great Blue Herons here all the time, and I only took this picture because the bird looked so hunched over and miserable, I wanted to see if it had a string wrapped around it or something. At least you can be sure I am not staging a last photo for great effect. 🙂
The last photo from my phone is better — I am part of a volunteer group that is adding photos of plants to a database of Texas plants, and this is a Lobelia that is growing in our woods.
For my own fun, I thought I would look back at a few years’ worth of the last photos of September.
So that was a fun, if not impressive, walk down Memory Lane for me! 🙂 I hope I have something more interesting and better focused next time!
great idea to take us down memory lane – and this was very interesting 🙂 fav one was 2018, in Central Texas,
Thank you, I like that one too. Sometimes the light is just perfect!
Sharp focus on the fence in front of the elk. 🙂
Yes, if only I had needed a nice fence picture for a farm and ranch business ad campaign, that would have been a great picture!
I did get more where the elk were in focus and the fence, not so much. I was trying to get good shots without making them run off, so some were better than others.
Well Gwen, this is what it’s all about….not to be precious of what you do with your camera and be brave enough to show that, hey sometimes………
I love the looking back idea as well although I wonder if I could find mine as my photos go into category folders.
It is a good project to be part of a database of nature. Hunchy Herons can fool us can’t they lol
I love the Sotol leaves
Thanks for joining in 🙂 🙂
Thank you, I love that you give us latitude on this challenge! 🙂 It really is fun, I enjoyed going around and looking at other entries last night.
I am not too organized about getting my photos into folders; if I were, I think I would have deleted most of these. I try to upload to Flickr, thinking that then I will tag them all and be able to find anything I want, but our internet connection is slow and I end up doing other things. Some day!
I have over 100 folders and that probably just for birds lol
I am glad you had a bit of a look around 🙂