Jubilee – Last on the card

Late for Brian’s challenge but here is my offering for the end of May. Does it look like anywhere you know? The featured image is a (very big) clue.

If you want to join in with Brian’s challenge just post your last photo for the month of May, however random it might be, and link to the post here on bushboys world.

The rules:
1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the month of May.
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 [but some of us can’t help ourselves]
4. Create a Pingback to bushboy’s post (find it here) or add your link there in the comments
5. Tag “The Last Photo”

Here’s mine

A zoomed in grainy view of countryside towards the coast taken from Hardy's monument in Dorset

I’d love people to guess where it is because I feel it could look like a lot of places. Please let me know if it triggers anything for you.

For this one, we were in a very high place, and I got out of the car only briefly and zoomed with my mobile phone trying to capture some of that breath of wilderness there is sometimes about a sweep of scrubby coastal countryside. But even though it was the end of May the wind was bitter cold and I didn’t hang about to even attempt a second photo.

If you want to know where it actually is the featured image (penultimate on the card) is a big clue.

Thanks, Brian! I love this challenge because it’s so open to everyone.


5 thoughts on “Jubilee – Last on the card

    1. Thanks for looking Yvette! It’s not France &#8211 but not far away – the other side of the Channel. A high point in Dorset where there is a monument to Thomas Hardy. Not the writer associated with the county but the seafarer of the same name who comforted Nelson as he lay dying. I think the monument is supposed to be a spyglass.

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