Becky’s Bright Squares
Last month was another record breaker. Last on the Card January 2021 had 221 views with seventy-three likes so hopefully a lot of those people had a look at your fabulous last photos. I know some of you just can’t let go and have to do a bit to the photo. Really no one cares, this is all about fun. I don’t know what the last photo is most of the time mainly on my phone and small camera.
The rules are simple:
1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 28th 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” or #LastOnTheCard
From my Samsung Galaxy S9
From my Canon PowerShot A1200
From my Canon PowerShot SX70HS
Do join in and post your photos. Don’t be shy
Jude’s 2020 Photo Challenge #34
This week's assignment - Take a photo of a subject that you like in colour and then convert to Black & White. Show both images for comparison. Which is best? Does the image rely on colour for impact.
I snuck an extra one using selective colour
Becky’s Square Photo Challenge: Square Perspective
The Teddy Bear Bee enjoys Blue Ginger flowers.
Did you wonder what a Teddy Bear Bee sees as they fly along looking for the right flower?
But hopefully a Teddy Bear Bees perspective would be this
The Weekly Prompts Photo Challenge: Size Matters
You have to be small to get into what you want even if you have to scrunch a bit
The prompt for the Weekly Prompts Photo Challenge: Blue
The blues of an Australian landscape
Blue Triangle Butterfly
A Blue-banded Bee in a Blue Ginger flower
Superb Fairy Wren
Just a blue bottle and a splash of paint
Of course nothing is bluer than the sky
The word prompt from Debbie at Travel with Intent: Blue
Here is a bit of Blue from my world
Tiny Native Flowers
Blue Triangle Butterfly
More butterflies. This time a Butterfly Bush flower
A double blue, a Blue Ginger with a Blue-banded Bee
Blue Figs, the fruit from a Quandong Tree (Elaeocarpus angustifolius for those playing along at home)
The lovely Blue-faced Honeyeater
A delightful Superb Fairy Wren
And the blue of blue………..
The featured image – a Blue Tiger Butterfly
The photo challenge #22 from Ann-Christine at the Lens-Artists: Happiness is…
So many things to explore with happiness is.
Among other things, I get great pleasure from nature. Happiness is sitting down and watching the world drift past, from the big to the small. Hope this post can bring a bit of happiness into your day.
A Blue-banded Bee scrunching into a Blue Ginger flower always makes me smile
Stingless native Bees whizzing about with full pollen sacs are a joy
A Blue-banded Bee getting a look at me too
Finally finding a Blue Triangle Butterfly was a happy moment
Having the Caper White Butterflies come into my garden on their migration is lovely
The Black Jezabel is usually high in the canopy and when they come down for a visit I smile
Orchard Swallowtails are large butterflies who make the garden their home
Figbirds song is always a welcome sound around the garden
A cacophony of sound and colour means the Rainbow Lorikeets are here
Even a female Satin Bowerbird snacking on a bunch of bananas is something special
A Whipbird calling in the forest is a sound of delight
Having birds nest and raise their young close to the house is happiness
Or a Hornet building her nest on the wall is nice
Finding a spiders web in the morning with the dew shining like gems makes me happy
as is finding an Hyacinth Orchid for the first time in the forest around the house – elation
I hope you enjoyed my Happiness is…….
One morning, while sitting at my desk, a Yellow-faced Honeyeater flew along the verandah and onto a Blue Ginger flower stalk.
This is what happened
Look at the lovely shiny berry on this plant
Doesn’t it look lovely. Perhaps a nice snack.
Hang on. Where did it go?
Ohh look. It’s down there.