Weekly photo challenge || Change

Weekly photo challenge || Change

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change

Is it just not the same anymore? Then there must have been a change. The noun change can refer to any thing or state that is different from what it once was.

 [ source :  vocabulary.com  ]

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Weekly photo challenge || Grid #2

Weekly photo challenge || Grid #2

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grid

A grid is a network of intersecting parallel lines, whether real or imaginary. Most American streets are laid out in a grid pattern, meaning the streets intersect at right angles and form a pattern of squares when viewed from above.

You’ve probably seen a map grid, the uniform lines drawn on a map that allow you to pinpoint a particular location. Grid can also refer to a physical network of sorts, not necessarily made of straight or parallel lines. You may be familiar with the high voltage electrical cables that carry power throughout the country, known as the national grid. A gird can also be a device made up of intersecting metal bars that you use when grilling food.

 

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Weekly photo challenge || Grid

Weekly photo challenge || Grid

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grid

A grid is a network of intersecting parallel lines, whether real or imaginary. Most American streets are laid out in a grid pattern, meaning the streets intersect at right angles and form a pattern of squares when viewed from above.

You’ve probably seen a map grid, the uniform lines drawn on a map that allow you to pinpoint a particular location. Grid can also refer to a physical network of sorts, not necessarily made of straight or parallel lines. You may be familiar with the high voltage electrical cables that carry power throughout the country, known as the national grid. A gird can also be a device made up of intersecting metal bars that you use when grilling food.

 

 [ source :  vocabulary.com  ]

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Weekly photo challenge || Monochromatic #2

Weekly photo challenge || Monochromatic #2

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monochromatic

adj :  having or appearing to have only one color

If everything in your room is brown, your room is monochromatic — all of one color.

In physics, monochromatic describes light that has the same wavelength so it is one color. Broken into Greek roots, the word shows its meaning: monos means one, and khroma means color. Things that are truly monochromatic are rare — examine the green leaves of trees and you’ll see lots of different shades.

 [ source :  vocabulary.com  ]

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Weekly photo challenge || Monochromatic

Weekly photo challenge || Monochromatic

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monochromatic

adj :  having or appearing to have only one color

If everything in your room is pink, your room is monochromatic — all of one color.

In physics, monochromatic describes light that has the same wavelength so it is one color. Broken into Greek roots, the word shows its meaning: monos means one, and khroma means color. Things that are truly monochromatic are rare — examine the green leaves of trees and you’ll see lots of different shades.

 [ source :  vocabulary.com  ]

 In response to The Daily Post’s  weekly photo challenge : Monochromatic

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