Last on the Card

Last Photo for September 2022

Yes I am back online at last. Thank you to Christine for wanting to share her photo and in her excitement wished to be a temporary host. Thanks also for your good wishes amid my struggles.

So let see what you have for this edition of Last on the Card contributions, your 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. This month is even more of a surprise!!

AS I have always said it doesn’t matter when you post your Last Photos as the last photo for the month is always the last photo.

So let’s see what you have for September 2022

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’s mine

From my Samsung Galaxy S9

From my Canon PowerShot A1200

From my Canon PowerShot SX70HS

From my Canon EOS 1300D

This is October: Part Three

Part Three is some of the flowers in my world in October

I thought I would segue with some Native Stingless Bees who absolutely love Hippeastrums. This season was fabulous for Hippeastrums.
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This is a Hippeastrum my neighbour Geoff gave me. Have a look at my blog Geoffs Garden
hippeastrum orange_named_home_oct 2017

He also gave me there brilliant orange Hippeastrums.
hippeastrum orange02_named_home_oct 2017

The Nasturtiums enjoyed a bit of rain.
nasturtium_named_binna burra_oct 2017

Some of the red flowers were hard to get the colour right. Their mauve insides looked lovely
red flower_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The Azaleas flowered well this year too.
azalea_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The Gerbera flowered well too
gazinia_named_binna burra_oct 2017

I am sure this flower was looking back at me.
flower eyes_named_binna burra_ oct 2017

A new Bromiliad flowered showing its pink and blues.
bromiliad flower_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The Blue Ginger was waiting to burst forth.
blue ginger flower_named_binna burra_oct 2017

Celosia flowers are hard to photograph to show their brilliance
pink flower_named_binna burra_oct 2017

Same with red Celosia
red feather flower_named_binna burra_oct 2017

Love the veins and purple flower
purple flower_named_binna burra_oct 2017

The White Hydrangea with its blue “buttons”
hydrangea_named_binna burra_oct 2017

Grafton, the city near my place is the Jacaranda City. This is the road to my place.
jacarands_named_grafton_oct 2017

The many little flowers of the Lomandra
lomandra_flower_named_home_oct 2017

When a Lolly Bush is in flower you follow the scent of lollies to find the flowers.
lolly bush flower_named_home_oct 2017

The Brilliant yellow of a water plant in my dam
flower dam_named_home_oct 2017

Now for some native flowers that are around my place. Most of these flowers are smaller than your little finger nail
yellow flower_named_home_oct 2017

The Silky Oak flowers in the morning sun.
silky oak_flowers_named_home_oct 2017

Native Frangipanni flowers in a pot near my front door. In the evening the scent of the flowers is heavenly.
native frangipanni_named_home_oct 2017

Back to the tiny Native Flowers.
native flowers_yellow01_named_home_oct 2017

I love these tiny purple/blue star shaped flowers.
native flowers_purple_named_home_oct 2017

Some of the flowers are a bit hairy.
native flowers_hairs_purple01_named_home_oct 2017

This native flower is so tiny.
native flowers_hairs_purple_named_home_oct 2017

Another star shaped purple flower
native flower_purple_named_home_oct 2017

A Mistletoe in the afternoon sun.
mistletoe flower_named_ binna burra_oct 2017

Only Part Four to go….ready?