The last Photo on the card – for May is a gall on a witch hazel leaf on the edge of the woodland garden. I was giving H.I.M. Xenia her morning stroll around the garden when I spotted it. Gslls have always interested me, and I’ll watch this one as it develops.
It’s not open yet, and I have no idea what it will look like when it does open. But this Venus Flytrap is apparently very happy sharing the kitchen window with the orchids. I’ve had other carnivorous plants flower before, but not the flytrap.
This was an interesting last on the card for March.
Last On The Card – January 2023- a new orchid
One of the orchids flowered this last month and produced this new plant. It was the last on the card for the month.
LAST PHOTO ON THE CARD – OCTOBER 2022
Hmmmmm, probably some psychedelic goody or poisonous fungi. But who can tell? It wound up getting snapped as I began clearing leaves in the back of our lot. It was the last on the card for October.
Last On The Card – August, 2022
After hip surgery, I need to get out and walk to strengthen my leg. So, a few days ago, we visited a park in an adjacent town where they had taken down the old mill dams to restore a pond and marsh that flowed into our local Nashua River. The photo is of one of the turbines used to generate power. This was the last on the card for August.
Last on the card- June 2022
The last photo on the card was of this installation at the Peabody Essex Museum this past Sunday. The blue painted trees along the plane call attention to climate change and the plight of forests. Here is an additional phot explains the installation in greater detail:
Last Photo On the Card – May 2022
A shot of the first tomato blossoms of the year.
Last On The Card April-2022
At his pre induction physical this candidate for H.I.M. Xenia’s Palace guard shows us his moves. Xenia states that for a dog he might do. this was last on the card for April.
Last On The Card – March 2022
Here is my final photo of March 2022.
I try each year to get a few “before” shots of the garden area before the onslaught of weeds. During the warmer days of March I managed to clear up most of the litter, and get started on the beds. The light mulch is made from planer shavings that my neighbors brother generously gave us.
Last photo on the card – February, 2022
I run an access television station, and electronic waste piles up over several years time. We had old cabling, monitors, printers, cameras, servers, switchers and mixers that had outlived their useful life by as much as ten years. I was fortunate to find a recycler who would take it all for free. He repurposes, resells or scraps what he takes, and , makes a profit on our waste. A good deal for all in my opinion. anyway I had to make a series of pictures that gave him an advance idea of what he’d being picking up- my last photo on the card for the month of February.
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