My Last Photo — December ‘21

  • Post the last photo from our camera’s SD card or the last photo from our phone taken in December.
  • 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 December.

This was taken while in my car lined up to take a COVID-19 test, given that I recently visited with my daughter and her live-in boyfriend, each of whom tested positive to the virus a few days after I visited them. The good news is that the test result was negative!

My Last Photo — November ‘21

  1. Post the last photo from our camera’s SD card or the last photo from our phone taken in 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. No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
  4. Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
  5. Tag “The Last Photo.”

So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in November.

My wife and I were on our morning walk yesterday and she asked me to stop and take a picture of the tall, decorative grasses growing in the front yard of a house along the route. So I did, no questions asked. By the time we got home from our walk, neither of us remembered that she had asked me to take that picture. Later, when I decided to use that photo for Brian’s prompt, I reminded her that she had asked me to take the picture, held up my iPhone and showed it to her, and asked her why she wanted me to take the picture. She looked at the photo, shrugged her shoulders, and said, “I have no idea.”

My Last Photo — October ‘21

Brian, aka Bushboy, posted his monthly prompt that asks us to…
  1. Post the last photo from our camera’s SD card or the last photo from our phone taken in October.
  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. No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
  4. Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
  5. Tag “The Last Photo.”

So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in October. I call it “Me and Bobby McGee.”

My Last Photo — September ‘21

Brian, aka Bushboy, posted his monthly prompt that asks us to…
  1. Post the last photo from our camera’s SD card or the last photo from our phone taken in 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. No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
  4. Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
  5. Tag “The Last Photo.”

So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in September.

You might think I took this photo at a gas station and that I’m filling up my car’s gas tank. Well, you’d be wrong. This picture was taken in my home’s garage and I’m actually charging my electric car’s battery.

I bought this car in early August and I haven’t driven into a gas station since then. Woo hoo!

My Last Photo — August ‘21

Brian, aka Bushboy, posted his monthly prompt that asks us to…
  1. Post the last photo from our camera’s SD card or the last photo from our phone taken in August.
  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. No explanations needed — just the photo will do.
  4. Create a pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments.
  5. Tag “The Last Photo.”

So here’s the last photo I took on my iPhone in August.As I did last month, I took this photo specifically for this prompt. We have this interesting — weird, perhaps — carved piece in our living room. I’m not sure where we got it. A gift? An inheritance? And I don’t know who or what that is in this little work of art. Some cultural or mythical figure, perhaps. If any of you know, please enlighten me.

Anyway, I decided that it is a strange enough piece that it would make an interesting photo for Brian’s prompt.