March is underway, so it’s time to catch up with Brian’s Last on the Card challenge.

Once again, the mobile phone camera did not see any use.

The Canon EOS5D mkIII covered several football matches over the month, ending with our home win against Bognor Regis Town. This shot was taken after the match and shows the club secretary chatting with a visiting referee who’d come to watch the way the on-field referee handled the game as an ongoing learning process…

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The Fujifilm X-Pro2 has seen quite a bit of use on trainspotting trips in the second half of the month, culminating with a trip out on the 27th to photograph a freight at Alexandra Palace early in the morning and then to do some more general railway photography down at East Croydon. In returned home via Willesden Junction and Gospel Oak, where I caught a Goblin line train to Upper Holloway. I had a gut feeling when we arrived that there ought to be an intermodal service going through on the other line – I was right! So I stood there willing the driver to move off but they decided to wait for two ladies that were at the top of the stairs (They don’t always wait because the schedule is quite tight). Anyway, between them, they messed up my chance of a good shot – This ‘shot to nothing’ was more about getting the number of the loco because I wouldn’t have been able to see that through the parked train either🙄…

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…You win some – You lose some😂

All photos as taken – just resized for the web.