Last Photo for February 2020

Thanks for everyone who thought this photo challenge was to their liking. Yes it will become a permanent challenge. Some bloggers have intimated that they could cheat and make sure their last photo was a cracker of a shot. I don’t think you would do that would you?  Maybe next month it might be a different date.

The rules are simple:
1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 29th February.
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’s mine

The Satin Bowerbird comes and cleans up what the Wallabies leave. He likes a drink from the bucket too.

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Do join in and show us what you’ve got.

Light the night

Nancy’s Photo a Week Challenge: Light the Night

Natural light or man made light? You can be the judge.

Our Moon gives a lovely light at night171221_blog challenge_darkness and light_moon05

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A bit of bothmoon_full_night_house_palms_named_caniaba_jan 2019
Fire lights the night190128_blog_challenge_sunday_stills_night_fire_twirler3
A party boat glows on the bay170913_blog challenge_dark_blue boat
A man, a torch and a Brush-tailed Possumpossum_cassia_night_named_home_jackadgery_jan 2019
Big Ben has its own lights181216_time_square_comes_a_time_clock_big ben_night
A man, a car light and an owlbarn owl_night_binna burra_april 2018
A man. a woman, a torch and a Moon Flower171019_blog challenge_glow_moon flower

Patterns number2

Jude would enjoy seeing your Patterns

I did have a struggle as I have some that I like and wanted to show something that is almost but not quite. What do you think?

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or are these better
A Caper White Butterfly on a Pentas flowercaper-white-butterfly_named_home_nov-2106
or a flower spike from an aloe 180819_blog challenge_everyday moments_agave flower01

 

or two loving Wrenssuperb fairy wrens_named_lookout_mallanganee_nov 2018

I can’t decide. Have I patterns?

Bright colours change your world

Cee’s Hunt for Joy Challenge: Wear Bright Colours on Tough Days
Ragtag Daily Prompt: Graceful

Some gays are just tough but my friends always wear bright colours which colour my days in rainbows and cheer. Always graceful, they come and go with a whirl of colour.

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rainbow lorikeet01_named_home_feb 2015

rainbow lorikeet_in bird bath_named_home_oct 2017

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rainbow_lorikeets_bird_bath_fun_splash3_named_caniaba_oct 2019

king parrot_acrobat_fun_named_home_jackadgery_dec 2019
and often give a cheeky smileking parrot_named_home_oct 2014