Once again it’s time to take part in Brian’s Last on the Card challenge.

Lets start with the Moto g50 – A night shot of a 102 bus parked in the turn-around at East Finchley station…

…it’s an example of a mobile camera struggling and I wish I’d had the Fuji with me for the shot.

Talking of the Fujifilm X-Pro2. You’ve already seen this shot in cropped and straightened form on my CMMC post. Here’s how it came out of the camera that day…

Finally – The Canon 5D mkiii and Football as usual…

…The Manager, Physio and some players relaxing after the game😎 The irony? – I got a better shot with the Moto g50 because of its huge depth of field – horses for courses😉

As usual, no changes to the photos – only a resize for the web.

Ok – Brian gives us this challenge each month and sometimes I miss out because of… well, computing issues, life, errr, all sorts of silly things? I’m just glad that I stumbled across another entry to this challenge which reminded me to take part 🙂 So for this month’s Last on Card from the Canon EOS 5D mkiii, I have, as ever, a football shot. It’s one of those end of a game shots that has nothing going on. Our player, Luke, has just knocked the ball back from the bye-line and the ref was about to blow time…

Last on the card from the Fujifilm X-Pro2 was a sunrise shot taken at dawn, early in the month. Sometimes finding time to do photography is hard – hopefully the new year will see the Fuji working a lot more:-) …

As usual, both shots are unaltered except for being resized for the internet.

Last Friday was the first time since February that I have been out and about with a camera.  It was a bit surreal at first but hopefully, with slightly eased exercise rules now applying I can start to get a bit further afield.  However, the first foray was just a wander round the local area.

The Mamas and Papas would have had a problem stopping by the church……Church services may not be currently happening, but bus services continue at a reduced level……and with revised boarding arrangements……through the centre doors only.

While human activity is reduced – nature is fully up to speed with spring and early summer plants in bloom. Oxeye Daisy……beside the North Circular Road along with Ragwort……while on Long Lane Pasture, the Irises are flowering……and the Damselflies are hunting and mating.