Photo Challenge: Refraction: a Really Awful Shining Example


The subject of ‘Refraction
I will give the meaning for –
To fractions, give compaction,
And then split them up once more!

(Refraction: ½ + ½ = 1 = ¼ + ¾)

Refraction at sunset.

Reflections on Refraction – sunset at Durban Yacht Mole

© Colonialist October 2014 (WordPress)
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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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34 Responses to Photo Challenge: Refraction: a Really Awful Shining Example

  1. gipsika says:

    There are half a dozen German boat songs I could sing for you right now. 🙂 With a nice deep baritone voice in four-part harmony.

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  2. Kev says:

    Really nice, Col.

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  3. I absolutely love that shot!

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  4. Ruth2Day says:

    fabulous photo, the algorithm lost me

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  5. misswhiplash says:

    oh my goodness gracious
    In that refraction I am lost

    To me it means of nothing, why does this have to be
    I went to school and did my sums, but its still a mess to me

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  6. Very pretty in pink 🙂

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  7. prior says:

    gorgeous capture

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  8. Pussycat44 says:

    Heck, I wish I’d had that poem for my grade 8’s! The upside-down V reminds me of Geometry lessons on congruency 😉
    Red masts in the sunset?

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  9. beeblu says:

    Beautiful photo, Col.

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  10. Colline says:

    I love your sunset photos so different from the usual ones I see.
    PS: how is your arm doing?

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  11. Thanks for the Maths lesson, Col. What a super image for the challenge. 🙂

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  12. Wat a glare from the sun; but a beautiful sight.

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