Reds on the couch, not to mention on the washing.

(Last photo on my phone.)

Brian at Bushboy’s World had the wonderful idea of posting the very last photo he’d taken each month — whatever it might be and whatever the quality.

He’s invited us to join him, so if you’d like to share your last photo of June 2020, here’s what to do:

  1. Post the last photo on your SD card or last photo on your phone for the month of June.
  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
  4. Create a Pingback to Brian’s post or link in the comments
  5. Tag “The Last Photo”

Kind Regards.
Tracy.

Information on the photo:
Finnish Spitz, Fynnie and Ama, resting under pastel of Fiksu. Fiksu pastel courtesy of mother of Tracy. Hmmm, that’s probably dust on the glass of the pastel. In my defence, it is awkward to reach for one as short as I.

37 thoughts on “Last Photo of June 2020

  1. July first is Canada’s Birthday! Not sure if you have heard Pluto’s video “We the North!!” on YouTube. Hope you enjoy his take on Canadian cultural foods. He mentions a fast food very popular in Quebec which is chips or French Fries or fried with a sort of melted cheese type mixture on them called ‘poutine’! Has poutine reached Australia as a topping on chips?

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      1. Thank you for the poutine link! Those chunky chips with poutine and gravy looked delicious. I have never eaten poutine but I am tempted. We have a number of regional dishes such as mukluk, seal flippers, cod tongues, Pacific Coast salmon and many other Sea foods.
        Your dogs are gorgeous and they have found the best place to sleep. I though only cats knew the sleeping on clothing meme.

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  2. It might be odd but I find your photo kind of inspiring to have a little lie-down right now! 😄 And that’s absolutely no normal dust but the fairy variety- means: don’t try to remove it. 😉

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  3. Dust!! I thought that was the reflection!! Don’t blame me, I see no dust these days. 🙂
    Guess what, these days I often lie down on the laundry after removing it from the clothesline…so I can understand how good Fynnie and Ama must be feeling. ❤️

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