Last on the card – June 2022

3rd day of a new month and it’s time to catch up with Brian’s Last on the Card challenge.

The first photo comes from the Canon EOS5D mkIII. It was taken on the 8th of June at the Wingate & Finchley FC Youth Awards – a long and tiring evening for the photographer. I was glad to retire to the bar and relax afterwards. These are some members of the Under 18’s with some of the youth coaches…

last on card EOS5D

…Who knows, one or two of those players might even get to play for the first team during the coming season!

From the Fujifilm X-Pro2 we have a shot taken at Elstree & Borehamwood of a Sullivan Buses vehicle arriving at the station. I’m leading the vehicle slightly as I pan with it to make sure that the camera is focussing on the front…

last on card XPro2

…Taken on the 28th of June, a cropped and straightened version of this shot made it into my most recent Freedom Pass Project post.

Finally, from the Moto g50 we have a shot taken the same day beside the station…

last on card Motog50

…In the centre is a mural celebrating Elstree’s Cinema and TV connections. It includes photos of Elizabeth Taylor, John Mills, Roger Moore and Christopher Lee. I took the photo to send to Epi as a ‘guess where I am today’😂

All shots as taken – just resized for the web.

5 Comments

  1. A different selection Martin but if a bus or train didn’t feature I would have been disappointed 😀 thanks for joining in 😀😀

    1. Happy to take part Brian – thanks for running the challenge 👍‍ True, there’ll usually be some item of transport 😅 And guaranteed to be some football with the pre-season friendlies beginning next weekend 😎

    1. Thanks Debra – I think Brian’s challenge has the effect of un-filtering what we post 😅 There are certainly some subjects that would not see daylight on my blog in other circumstances😃

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