THIS is the last picture of cyclist John Warner, taken minutes before he was hurt when he came off his bike on the Malvern Hills.
Mr Warner was found lying in the road with a life-threatening head injury near to the entrance of Earnslaw Quarry car park. 
He died two days later.
His family has now released the picture to try and jog the memory of anyone who may be able to help them find out exactly what happened to him.
The picture was found on Mr Warner’s phone and was believed to be taken only 10 or 15 minutes before he was injured.
However, it is not known who took it.
Mr Warner, aged 76, was riding along Wyche Road in the direction of Great Malvern when he came off his bike.
Police believe it happened at around 10am on Friday, August 28.
He was airlifted to the major trauma centre at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham but died on Sunday, August 30.
Mr Warner, a retired RSRE/QinetiQ scientist, leaves wife Bronwen, daughter Katherine and her husband Gavin, son Martin and his wife Christine and grandchildren Bryan and Alexis.
Sergeant Glenn Jones of the Operational Policing Unit, Bromsgrove said: “We have established that Mr Warner had been to the top of the Worcestershire Beacon on his bike that morning and was heading back into Malvern when the incident occurred.
“Just 10 to 15 minutes before the incident, whilst at the top of the Beacon, a photo was taken of Mr Warner on his phone but we don’t know who took it.”
“He is quite distinctive in his blue coat and blue hat so I hope the photo will jog someone’s memory.”
Anyone who saw Mr Warner when he came off his bike or beforehand is asked to call West Mercia Police on 101 quoting incident number 323 of 28th August.