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

    Walking Squares #24 – In the garden

    Becky’s #WalkingSquares

    This months squares has been fun. Unfortunately I have been unable to post as much as I usually do and feel I have let Becky down.

    I have had a busy day, actually a busy week so far, so I haven’t taken many photos. This afternoon I was getting the washing in and spotted a Swamp Bluet Damselfly in the garden. Luckily it stayed around while I went for my camera

    I hope that everyone’s fabulous walking photos have helped you Becky as you take this part of your life head on. I wish there was more I could do to help ease this unfathomable pain you are feeling. I am always here for you ❤❤

    Walking Squares #11 – Trees, Insects and Flowers

    Becky’s #WalkingSquares

    I didn’t venture far from the house this morning. I tried to get through the thick bush to see what is happening in the gully near the house, hoping to find some Grass Trees. It was slow going but I did find a few things. A lot of logs in the ground from fallen burnt trees which made getting through quite difficult so I headed for the clearing in the front paddock.

    As I was walking slow here’s the walking slow song for today

    Some of the trees have interesting textures and colours. The burnt bark on a Stringybark tree with perhaps a lichen or some sort of fungal growth

    A Spotted Gum with so many colours

    A very small flower, about 5mm in diameter. So hard to get a good photo as the slightest breeze moved it

    Among the fallen logs a Lomandra flower had gone to seed

    In the way home a Damselfly came to see what I was doing

    A while ago when I was mowing out the front, there was a patch of long stalks with yellow flower buds. I didn’t mow it just in case it was something lovely and if it was a weed, easy to pull out. Well it has turned out that the flowers are Golden Everlasting Paper Daisies. Luckily a Stingless Native Bee dropped in as well. Another new flower for the first time on my place. I shall be collecting the flowers seeds for sure

    Pick a Word – May 2022

    Lost in Translations Thursdays Special: Pick a Word May 2022

    Paula’s words are quite an interesting mix this month. I hope I can find just the right photo to match her words.

    The words are –






    Getting the nature blues

    Cee’s Mid-week Madness Challenge: November Colour Blue

    This is the song that came into my head when composing this post. It is a golden oldie from the 50’s

    Last of the blues

    Life in Colour July: Blue

    End of the month so better get something in as I have been a bit slack with this photo challenge, sorry Jude.

    Maybe I will end with a bit of blue in nature

    Hold on

    Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: Cling

    A song to hold on with

    Green Tree Frogs in a rain gauge

    Goanna up a Spotted Gum Tree

    King Parrots are such clowns

    Velvet Gecko on the door one night

    Blue Damselflies….well…..yes they are

    Dragonflies were everywhere

    Jez’s Fan of #60…..Dragonflies

    As you may recall, on the weekend we had a picnic by the Clarence River. While relaxing in the shade on a rather warm March day, dragonflies seemed to be flitting about everywhere, whether near the water or right beside us on the grass.

    Ready for a bit of Dragonfly action?

    So many of the blue coloured dragonflies
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    Red dragonflies are easy to spot20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_red
    First time I have seen a black dragonfly with a blue tail20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_black_blue
    This yellow dragonfly landed and did a series of poses and flitted off20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_yellow
    A ring-in. I found this wonderful dragonfly at Rocky Creek Dam20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_purple_yellow
    Another ring in from Rocky Creek Dam, a blue Damselfly20200323_blog challenge_im a fan of_dragonflies_damselfly_blue