We went to Little Goat Restaurant with our niece, daughter & son-in-law, picked by daughter & husband who are “Foodies.” The chef at this restaurant is well-known among foodies for combining different combinations of ingredients or adding a twist or two. There is also a bakery.
On a16G memory card in my Sony alpha 68 with 75-300 mm zoom lens:
Our photography club took a field trip a week or so ago to Brookfield Zoo, where we tried out our photography skills on animals. After downloading, reviewing and tweaking them, we choose a few of our best (this is not one of them) to our member leader, who compiles a slide show for our next meeting.
With a new month having arrived, it’s time to look back at June to see the last photos I took, or in other words, Bushboys World’s challenge Last On The Card.
The last photos I took on my Sony Alpha 68 were on my birthday, when we went to Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL. We went to see the new art installation called Human + Nature by South African artist Daniel Popper, on the day of its opening.
This is the last photo taken on my Samsung Galaxy A51. I was returning home on Tuesday when I saw a butterfly posed on a flower of a hanging basket next to my driveway! This shot is of the butterfly flying away – in a blur of motion.
Bushboy asks us to submit our last photo in February. The rules are simple: 1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the 31st January. 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
Bushboy has a Last Photo challenge where he invites us to post the last photo we took that month. I took my last photograph in November at our most unusual Thanksgiving dinner! It was just the two of us, with the Thanksgiving meal delivered to us, just like every dinner is delivered to us since COVID-19 arrived on the scene. In the evening, though, we were able to talk and play games with part of our family via Zoom.
I sort of cheated…the actual last photo was of me sitting at this small table, but I didn’t actually take it – Dale did!
This is Bushboys World‘s monthly challenge, Last Photo: Septemberto post the last photo of the month on your camera or cellphone (or both!). This is a fun and easy challenge to participate in. Don’t forget to click on the link to see others’ contributions!
I did a bit of editing to this photo of a katydid. It’s a rare insect to spot – at least for me. But I feel an affinity for this katydid, since we share a name! 🙂
I have now added this photo, because I downloaded the photos on my memory card for my Sony camera today. This is the last photo I took with my camera in September at a kitschy Egyptian-ripoff place in Wadsworth, IL (near Gurnee). At this place, they supposedly sell a special bottled water called “Gold Pyramid Natural Mineral Water” but the place was closed and the gold pyramid (which is a house) is no longer gold because they had a fire. So we took pictures at the entrance and through the gate.
Now a new month is here – August already!! It’s time for Bushboy’s Last Photos of the month. Here are my last photos taken in July from my cell phone (Samsung S7 – old now, but I like it!) and my camera (Sony alpha 380).
The last one I took in July on my Samsung phone was yesterday – I took this photo of pink hydrangeas – hydrangeas are normally white, but if they are in soil that is acidic, they come out blue, and if your soil is alkaline, they turn pink. Like litmus paper!
Here is the last one I took on my Sony camera on July 28 at Chicago Botanic Gardens, of trumpet flowers.
Bushboys World has a photo challenge to post the last photo on your camera’s SD card for April or your last photo from April on your cell phone. Here is the last photo I took with my cellphone yesterday.
I liked the contrast of the swan with the bright blue of the water, and the ripples of the wake he created as he swam at a good clip toward shore.
Dale and I were taking a walk around the campus and the afternoon had turned into a beautiful sunny day. I took several photos of the swans and also flowers. My last photo was of Sidney (male swan) coming across the lake toward where we were standing, with his wings puffed up to look big and threatening. Of course, we aren’t scared of Sidney, but admire him for protecting his mate on their nest incubating their five eggs!