Last photo of January 2020

I found this challenge by Brian at Bushboy’s World via Su at Zimmerbitch and thought it was cool so decided to contribute.

I am gonna cheat a little though. The first is the last image on my camera from January 2020 and the second is the last on the ipad.

First is Massonia bifolia, a bulb from South Africa that is pollinated by gerbils and mice in the wild.

The second photo is an extremely unexciting shot of progress of the bathroom refurb which is now entering its fifth week. Storm Ciara has revealed that the scaffolding around the exterior has disturbed something on the utility room roof and we have a soggy floor in there again….

Brian’s challenge rules:

  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”

20 Comments

  1. So glad you joined in Darren. Your first shot is lovely — I love multi-tiered growth like this.
    The second — bugger! Hope the problem isn’t major. My mum said this morning she’s lost her fence and an outside wall to the wind and rooves are coming off buildings in her town centre.

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            1. I’d be the same but Susan would not trust me to do it. This amuses my colleagues no end because I am the go-to person in our lab for plumbing gas to instruments etc and there is almost no instrument I can’t fix…

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  2. Sorry to hear about the soggy floor and that it is taking so long… Lovely photo of the Massonia bifolia. We had a huge snowstorm over here and we are expecting more snow tomorrow. Might make a snowman this weekend just for you!!!!!

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    1. Thank you. We now have something approaching a bathroom. Still no sink or floor but the bath and shower etc are in place and the tiles look great. The cabinet has a light operated by an infrared sensor that you just wave your hand at. It could take me months to get bored with playing with it😉

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