Brian, aka Bushboy, posted his monthly Last on the Card prompt, where he asks us to…
- Post the last photo from your camera’s SD card or the last photo from your phone taken in the month of November.
- No editing — who cares if it is out of focus, not framed as you would like, or the subject matter didn’t cooperate?
- No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
- Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
- Tag “The Last Photo.”
So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in November.
I took this photo yesterday afternoon at around 3:00 in my backyard. I was facing southwest looking at my backyard waterfall and plants, shrubs, and trees around and behind it. I love m’y backyard and probably have dozens of photos of it in by iPhone’s photo library. Just being in my backyard brings me joy and feelings of serenity.
Just FYI, in the interest of not running out of storage space in my WordPress media library (I’ve used 44% of my 6 GB allowance) and to ensure my posts load quickly, I reduce the size of the photos I post here. For example, the original photo on my iPhone is 12 megapixels and its size is 2.5 megabytes. The photo posted here is less than one megapixel and its size is only 405 kilobytes. Of course, the photo’s resolution is not as good as the original.
If any of you photography aficionados here on WordPress know how I can post the full-sized, original photos without blowing up my media folder and/or significantly slowing down how long it takes for my post to load, I’d love to hear from you.