POLYGONS WITHIN POLYGONS
I am not actually certain that my photos fit into the parameters of this month’s challenge. I will post them here and leave it to the committee to judge. ;’-)
I think these letter slots are polygons enclosed in big polygons.
And these polygon bricks are surrounded and enclosed by each other polygons.
There were two kinds of these polygons in a polygon on my ride today. (New Year’s Day ;’-)).
Now to await the judges’ call.
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Of course they fit! Well, maybe not the final one. Those look suspiciously like ovals to me. I especially like the brick tower.
Ovals?? They are not ovals — the top is rectangular, the bottom are slanted. I cannot figure where you see ovals. It is either my eyesight/glasses, or yours ??.
Ignore him. Great job on the challenge!
I suppose I am going to have to learn to ‘get’ his humor ?. Thanks Rocky.
Nice to see the drain covers aren’t bicycle wheel eating monsters.
Freezing rain all day here, so no search for polygons, or polyglots for that matter. 🙂
We feel fortunate that most (not quite all) of the drains around are like this for bike tire safety ;’-). I think our bike advocacy group (Cascade Bike Club) has had a big impact on bicycle infrastructure, and if we do come to something like a drain that is unsafe, many of us call the city to report it. I am not totally sure how successful that is, but it does some good.
A collection of polygons, combining the old and new challenge!
I didn’t think of that —- leave it to you Suzanne ;’-). Thanks.
Well done! Already well into the challenge and finding all sorts of good examples 🙂 Looks like you’ve got your eye in for polygons already.
Thanks Em. I do have a couple more ideas if the weather allows me a ride. Lots of rain this week, but I will find a window of opportunity ;’-).