Last on the Card – November 2022

Last Photo for November 2022

Thank you to everyone who contributes their good and not so good photos. Like a lot of people I forget and am surprised at what was the last photo on the four devices I use to take photos.

    So let’s see what you have for November 2022

    The rules are simple:
    1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 30th November.
    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

    From my Samsung Galaxy S9

    From my Canon PowerShot A1200

    From my Canon PowerShot SX70HS

    From my Canon EOS 1300D

    84 thoughts on “Last on the Card – November 2022

    1. I can’t see that you ever take a bad photo! Each one is unique and I enjoy seeing them. I keep promising to join in on this challenge and then I think it has to be the actual last day of the month. Instead, I did go back to see what was my last photo on the SD card for November, and it is on this post, the picture of THE POST. I’ll make a comment on that post to connect to your challenge. 🙂

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    2. Such variety! I found the pot intriguing – what’s the story there? And I love tree tops and blue skies and the damsel fly. Is it a damsel fly or a dragonfly? The fact that the last one is blurred shows the authenticity of the challenge. Well I had a lovely one (of course) but couldn’t share as it would reveal who was behind the gift in the family Secret Santa. Never mind. There will be another time! Cheers, Brian, and enjoy your warmer weather. Brrrr

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        1. I couldn’t get to the post from the link, Brian. WordPress is weird sometimes! The damselfly curls its wings I believe. I found this out when researching the name of a windmill in Holland called the Witte Juffer. Juffer is ‘damsel’ in Dutch and the name of a damselfly is a ‘waterjuffer’. I asked the miller if it was to do with the way the canvas sails are furled. But no – there was another reason for the name! He saw the windmill as a tall slender (white-rendered) damsel. He gave the previously unnamed windmill her name when she was re-renovated (long story).

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          1. Yes it is weird especially using a phone. I don’t have much of a problem using a PC.
            Sounds like an interesting if long story. Will it be ever told?


          2. Not sure whether someone has written the full history of that windmill. I was interested in her for a novel – but got stuck and have put it aside for now. Writing something else which I really want to finish.

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