Cee’s-FFChallenge-Polygons

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polygons

A polygon is a two-dimensional figure that can be formed
by any number of straight-line segments
which are all connected to form
a closed shape.
 
A shape with curved sides is not a polygon
 

Melbourne’s

National Gallery of Australian Art

Wall created by,

Triangles, Rectangles and Irregular Polygons.

 

Simpler forms of polygons are used

in this Suburban Libary wall.

 

 


Rectangular bricks

 

Some polygons still exist in these

Colosseum pavers, though over time

many have been broken or chipped.

 

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Digitally

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digitally

by means of digital
or computer technology
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Many years ago those in authority changed

the Flinders Street Station clocks from

analogue to digital clock faces.

So many people protested,

that the digital clock faces

were changed back to analogue.

From memory, these analogue

faces are digitally powered.

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A-Photo-a-Week-Challenge-Multiple-Shapes

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It’s not often that we get to see inside a wall

to note the rectangles, lines and triangles

that go towards making a solid building.

 

 

Rectangles, triangles, rhombus, parallelograms…

…make the wall of the home of Australian Art.

 

Arcs and lines of Geelong’s refurbished library.

 

The wall of one of Geelong’s…

 

…suburban library’s

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A Photo a Week Challenge:...Multiple-Shapes

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Indoors-Outdoors-Steps

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Geelong Botanic Gardens

Steps out of one entrance/exit of

Melbourne’s Southern Cross Railway Station.

 

A reverse view of those steps.

There is also an up or down escalator

on each side.

 

More Melbourne steps.

Old Sydney steps.

Entrance to Geelong Botanic Gardens

 

Steps to Queenscliff Beach

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge:…Indoors-Outdoors-Steps

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One-Word-Sunday-Reverse

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reverse

move backwards.
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The sign on our V/Line Carriage

windows…

…proudly announcing that the carriage

was made in Victoria.

 

Inside looking out and

the sign is reversed…

 

Bridge of Sighs,…that is until the sun shines 

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Reverse

 

 

 

 

One-Word-Sunday-Bridge

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bridge

a structure carrying a road, path, railway, etc.
across a river, road, or other obstacle.
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Auckland Harbour Bridge,

New Zealand.

 

 

Tower Bridge,

London,

United Kingdom 

 

Bridge of Sighs,

Venice

Italy

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge,

Australia.

 

 

 

West Gate Bridge,

Melbourne,

Australia.

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One Word Sunday Challenge:...Bridge

 

 

 

 

Cee-BW-Challenge-Landscapes

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Geelong sunset.

Beachscape

A landscape or the result of landscaping?

Many South West Victorian farms have

changed their landscape from one

which grazed sheep and cattle to one

which grows trees and is far less intensive.

A little over 100 years ago this idyllic

French landscape would have appeared

anything but idyllic as Villers Bretonneux

was in the middle of some of the

heaviest fighting of World War I.

As the sun goes down…

…near Geelong.

Yearling Herefords

Spring sown canola crop on its way to maturity.

Canola in flower

 

Saint Kilda Pier

 

Moorabool Valley eucalypts.

In the distance are

The Grampians.

The southern end of

The Great Dividing Range.

Moorabool Valley

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge: Landscapes

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Cee-BW-Challenge-Geometrical-Shapes

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Cee’s

Black and White Challenge.

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Right angle.

 

Rectangles and Triangles forming part

of a house framework.

National Gallery of Victoria wall.

Above door of National Gallery.

Barrel end Circles

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Cees-BW-Photo-Challenge: Geometrical-Shapes

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