The Last Three
Three more for November
The last EMPTY of this kind I hope. Once again I went out and after I took my first shots my camera notified me that the memory card slot was empty! What to do? I rode home, got the memory card and set out again to get some last pictures and kilometers for the month.
A HOLIDAY picture for the first Sunday of Advent.
Last JUST RIDING for November
I have upgraded my cold weather gear with this mask, a real game changer for me. It’s definitely not a Corona mask since the breathing area over mouth and nose are a kind of mesh which allows your breath to escape more easily while your face still stays warm.
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6 response to "The Last Three"
Disqualified for the EMPTY challenge, sad to say. I think the problem with your SD card is that it was FULL, not empty. Nice photos though, and nice mask. Since it’s still November though, this qualifies as a Just Ride ride. Lucky you!
Never apologize, never explain. It will only alert the committee and then they’ll find questionable ways to disqualify you.
I really like all of the stylish masks out there these days. Yours is a good one, especially with the glasses extending over it.
I am anxiously awaiting your end-of-the-month photo summary so I can pick my favorite.
“Never apologize, never explain.” Thanks, Greg, I read that just in time!
Beautiful photos — especially the Advent Wreath.
“No one even looks twice if you wear a mask these days.”
So true, and that’s a good thing . . . . . I was in the bank (when we could still get in without an appointment) and remarked had I worn a mask in here a year ago, you would have called the police!
Reply: Yes we would have. 🙂
The green popping up does bring a bit of cheer to the photo. I am glad I do not have to wear a mask for temperature reasons. Have a happy Christmas season!
Very nice seasonal photos. And nice mask. When I was riding in 35° F the other day, I wore an insulating neck gaiter pulled over my nose and mouth rather than my virus mask. Not sure anyone who saw me knew at that moment I was way more worried about frostbite than covid. 😉